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Procedure Consent Form

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Procedure Consent Form

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Standard Risks and Authorization

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Financial Responsibility

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CPR/DNR (Resuscitate or Do Not Resuscitate)

The vast majority of procedures and hospitalizations have good outcomes and proceed according to plan. In the unexpected event of a sudden decline of your pet’s health, we want to be prepared to respond in a manner that meets your wishes and fulfills your emotional and financial needs. CPR/Resuscitation may include establishment of an airway via insertion of an endotracheal tube, IV catheterization, administration of IV fluids, injections of medications, performing chest compressions, or delivery of intracardiac medications. Animals that have survived cardiac arrest and have been successfully resuscitated are extremely critical and unstable. Management of the post arrest patient requires vigilant monitoring and technical expertise and the outcome is uncertain. PLEASE CHOOSE ONE BELOW