Anesthesia & Pain Management
Jill Singsank-Coats, DVM, DACVAA
Special Interests- Pain management & local anesthesia, management of anesthesia for thoracic and airway procedures, and ruminant anesthesia
Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center, 2015- present
Research in inhalant anesthetic (Sevoflurane) sparing effects of Propofol infusions in dogs
Residency in Anesthesia, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 2011-2014
Small Animal Rotating Internship, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2010-2011
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, 2006-2010
University of St. Thomas, St, Paul, MN- BA Biology & Spanish, 2006
Outside interests include cooking, coffee shops, hiking, and spending time with her husband, Charles, and their chocolate Labrador Retriever and two cats.
About Our Practice:
Our board-certified anesthesiologist provides anesthetic & sedation recommendations for patients undergoing surgical and medical procedures such as endoscopy and advanced imaging techniques, including CT and MRI. General anesthesia is necessary for many procedures that require the patient to be unconscious, as well as providing analgesia to control pain.
About Our Services:
We provide an anesthetic and analgesic plan that is uniquely tailored to each individual patient based on the breed, age, health status, and temperament in order to minimize risks. The anesthesiologist and the experienced veterinary technicians properly supervise your pet from the initial administration of anesthetic drugs until your pet wakes up safely and comfortably from their procedure.
Pets undergoing anesthesia are first given a medication that helps them to relax and may provide analgesia (pain control) prior to the procedure. The pet will then receive an intravenous injectable medication that causes loss of consciousness smoothly and quickly. The patient is then administered gas anesthesia. The vital parameters (heart rate and blood pressure, for example) are carefully monitored before, during, and after the procedure to ensure that your pet is stable and comfortable.
Additionally, our anesthesiologist is available for consultations with outside veterinarians and hospitals concerning managing chronic pain cases, as well as sedation and anesthetic recommendations.