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Rodent Surgery Course
Why???? Laws and regulations dictate appropriate procedures and care
Laws and Regulations
You have a contract with the AIC Surgical variables can affect animal welfare and research
You Have a Responsibility to the Animal
Success: Requires careful planning
Challenges…. Same person is surgeon, anesthetist, scrub nurse Experimental design requires repetitive surgeries Small body size of rodents mandates use of microsurgery or ophthalmic instruments Immunodeficient rodents
Major Survival Surgery Any surgical intervention that penetrates and exposes a body cavity or any procedure which produces permanent impairment of physical or physiologic functions
Minor Survival Surgery Surgery that does not expose a body cavity and causes little or no physical impairment
Non rodents: Dedicated surgical facility
Rodents: Surgical facility not required
Rodent Surgery Area Room or part of a room that is easily sanitized and not used for other activities when rodent surgery is in progress
Rodent Surgery Area Subdivided into: Place for cages of rodents awaiting surgery Prep area Surgery area Recovery area
Anesthesia Inhalation Injectable
Instruments Quality Appropriate size for procedure Correct utilization
Surgical Pack Order Sterilization indicators
Preoperative Management Animal health status Period of stabilization Proper handling and restraint Stress-reduction Food and water NOT withheld AVOID antimicrobial agents
Perioperative Management Prepare surgery area organize disinfect
Sterilization of Instruments Autoclave
Indications of Sterilization
Glass Bead Sterilizer Provides rapid sterilization
Chemical Time lengthy Kill spores?????
Operative Technique Follow aseptic surgery procedures Utilize good surgical technique Tunnel vascular catheters
Operative Care Monitoring the patient
Post-operative Care Analgesia Hydration Nutrition Wound care Suture removal
Maintaining Records Procedure and date Post op care Suture removal
PIs for donating extra animals for this lab!!
Surgical Site Infections (SSIs): What the Direct Caregiver Should Know
Unit Aseptic Techniques
1 Rodent surgery. 2 Recovery Surgery in Rodents LASA Good Practice Guidelines Separate space Separate space Gown Gown Instrument sterility Instrument.
Promoting a Positive Environment in the Operating Department Ivana Stojkovic AP&SN Serbia.
Surgical Technology Chuck Gillette MS, ATC, CSFA, CST.
Preparation for AAALAC Sylvia J. Singletary, DVM DACLAM.
Using Disinfectants and practicing Sterilization in the Veterinary Clinic.
Scrub nurse scrub nurse is a specially trained nurse who works with surgeons and the medical team in the operating room. Scrub nurses are extremely valuable.
Fundamentals of Nursing Care: Concepts, Connections, & Skills Copyright © 2011 F.A. Davis Company Chapter 22 Surgical Asepsis.
Chapter 2 Care of the Surgical Patient Mosby items and derived items © 2011, 2007 by Mosby, Inc., an affiliate of Elsevier Inc.
The Perioperative Nursing Role January 12th, 2009.
By: Omaimah Qadhi. Perioprative nursing: ALL nursing functions associated with the patient`s surgical experience. Incorprate all the three phases: 1.
Copyright © 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Chapter 6 Infection Control: Clinical Procedures.
Community-acquired infections Acquired in the home or any place in the community other than a health care facility.
3.03 Understand support services
Infection Control AHS II Unit F. Standard Precautions Sometimes called “Universal” precautions Sometimes called “Universal” precautions Used to break.
Surgical Instruments and Aseptic Technique
25 TAC Quality Assurance in a licensed ASC
The University of New Mexico & The Office of Animal Care and Compliance present Training in Survival Rodent Surgery A learning module developed by the.
Office of the Campus Veterinarian Preparing Your Lab for an IACUC or AAALAC Inspection.
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