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121 Creswick Rd, Ballarat
1141 Geelong Rd, Mt Clear
Eureka Veterinary Hospital
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After Hours

Surgical Services

The staff at the Eureka Veterinary Hospital understand what it is like to have a pet undergo surgery, it is why we take anaesthesia and surgery seriously.  They are well trained and have the skills to look after your pets whilst they are undergoing anaesthesia and surgery.  Through safe anaesthetic techniques and multi-modal pain management, we are able to provide the best outcome we can when your pet is having surgery. 

Our dedicated surgical facilities at the Eureka Vet Hospital is well equipped so that we can handle a wide range of soft tissue surgery (such as desexing procedures, lumps and tumour removal, stitch-ups, intestinal foreign bodies, laryngeal paralysis, abdominal surgery, caesareans and perineal hernias etc) and orthopaedic surgery (cruciate repair, patella luxation, fracture repair and hip surgery etc). 

Because we take anaesthesia and surgery seriously, all patients will get intraoperative fluids, monitored anaesthesia by a dedicated veterinary nurse who will use equipment such as pulse oximetry, apalert and blood pressure monitoring to ensure your pet has a safe anaesthesia.  Our vets and nurse will discuss and recommend where necessary any other additional requirements such as pre-anaesthetic blood testing. 

By continually investing in our staff and surgical equipment, we are able to continue to provide you and your pets with high quality and professional surgical services.  When necessary, we will and are able to offer referral to specialist surgical facilities for more technically advanced procedures (e.g. spinal surgery, critical care surgery).

 

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Surgical Services

The staff at the Eureka Veterinary Hospital understand what it is like to have a pet undergo surgery, it is why we take anaesthesia and surgery seriously.  They are well trained and have the skills to look after your pets whilst they are undergoing anaesthesia and surgery.  Through safe anaesthetic techniques and multi-modal pain management, we are able to provide the best outcome we can when your pet is having surgery. 

Our dedicated surgical facilities at the Eureka Vet Hospital is well equipped so that we can handle a wide range of soft tissue surgery (such as desexing procedures, lumps and tumour removal, stitch-ups, intestinal foreign bodies, laryngeal paralysis, abdominal surgery, caesareans and perineal hernias etc) and orthopaedic surgery (cruciate repair, patella luxation, fracture repair and hip surgery etc). 

Because we take anaesthesia and surgery seriously, all patients will get intraoperative fluids, monitored anaesthesia by a dedicated veterinary nurse who will use equipment such as pulse oximetry, apalert and blood pressure monitoring to ensure your pet has a safe anaesthesia.  Our vets and nurse will discuss and recommend where necessary any other additional requirements such as pre-anaesthetic blood testing. 

By continually investing in our staff and surgical equipment, we are able to continue to provide you and your pets with high quality and professional surgical services.  When necessary, we will and are able to offer referral to specialist surgical facilities for more technically advanced procedures (e.g. spinal surgery, critical care surgery).