Talk:Veterinary anesthesia

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This is a new page and I am working on referencing as best I can. Since the anesthesia page in general has a lot of information, I have tried to focus this page on differences in veterinary anesthesia. Unfortunately, a lot of that information is under the domain of "well-known" or "common knowledge" and can't be easily referenced- we usually don't go in for randomized studies of what happens to a dog vs. a person if you give such-and-such drug! :) I have also tried to model it after other veterinary specialty pages such as Veterinary Parasitology or Veterinary Surgery. I am working on removing medical jargon.