CARE PLAN: ANAL SACULECTOMY
AKA: ANAL GLAND REMOVAL
Anal Glands are a pair of secretory glands associated with the anus. Occasionally animals will have complications with these glands, such as repeated infections with abscess and rupture or a gland tumor which require surgical removal of the gland.
Our veterinary practice surgical protocols for anal saculectomy include our hospital standards of physical examination, blood profile, IV catheter and IV fluids, pre and post operative pain relief, anesthesia, surgical procedure, a bite not or e-collar, pain relief and antibiotics to go home and the post operative follow-up appointment for suture removal.
Anal Saculectomy Surgery Package Group
Office Visit & Medical Records
Exam: Anesthesia Procedure
Hospital Day Care: Pre/Post Operative
Complete Blood Count
Blood Chemistry - Major
Acepromazine Inj. Sedation
Butorphanol Inj. Sedation
Anesthesia Support: IV Catheter
Anesthesia Support: IV Fluids
Narcotic Pain Relief Injection
Anesthesia Induction Drugs
Isoflurane Inhalant Gas: First 30 Min. / Additional Minutes.
ECG, Blood Pressure, Temperature Monitor
Staff Monitoring: Anesth. Support
Surgical Sterile Preparation
Surgical Instrument Pack
Surgical Materials, Misc.
Laparotomy / Sponges, Excess
Suture Materials, Excess
Gown, Mask, Gloves
Anal Saculectomy Surgery
NSAID Pain Relief Injection
Narcotic Pain Relief Tabs To Go Home
Antibiotic Tabs To Go Home
Bite Not Collar / E-Collar To Go Home
Progress Evaluation Suture Removal Appointment
Anal Saculectomy Surgery $ 700.00 - $ 850.00