Thursday, January 8, 2015

A different approach to cat spay - head downwards 45 degrees

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I1wMYQU3k8

Video:
Cat spayed in upside down position.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I1wMYQU3k8
This slanting  head downwards position is said to be easier access to the ovaries and a quicker spay.

Video:
Cat spayed in upside down position.

1. The vet ligates the ovarian blood vessels separate from the uterine horns and and then cut it off. The ovary and uterine horns are clamped.  Traditionally, the vet ligates the combined ovarian blood vessels and uterine horns.


2. The vet clamps the uterine body. He ligates the uterine body cranial to the clamp. Then he cuts off the uterine body cranial to the ligation.

3. Injectable anaesthesia IM is used. Long recovery period.

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