What to do with an elevated SDMA on a preanaesthetic profile
Using SDMA and kidney biomarkers to understand preanaesthetic health and make practical decisions around supporting the patient through the entire anaesthetic procedure, recovery, and post evaluation of kidney health.
- The positions on performing preanaesthetic testing
- Rapid review of what SDMA is and why it increases in cats and dogs
- Introduce the purpose of kidney biomarkers in preanaesthetic screening
- Learn how to quickly and appropriately address an increased SDMA in a preanaesthetic patient
- Consider follow up options on cats and dogs post anaesthetic