• Call us on:01425 485615
  • Emergency:01425 485613

Adam Auckburally

Anaesthesia

Adam Auckburally
Adam Auckburally BVSc, Cert VA, DipECVAA, PGCAP, FHEA, MRCVS.

European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia

Adam qualified from Liverpool University in 1998 and went on to spend 6 years in a busy mixed veterinary practice in rural Staffordshire, where he developed a keen interest in anaesthesia and critical care. He then completed a residency at Glasgow University and was awarded the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Anaesthesia in 2006, and the European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia in 2007. For the last 10 years, Adam has been working as a senior clinician at the University of Glasgow’s teaching hospitals and is a European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia & Analgesia.

Publications

Book Chapters

  1. Flaherty D and Auckburally A (2016) Muscle relaxants. In Seymour C, Dukes-Novakovski T, de Vries M  (editors) BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Anaesthesia and Analgesia 3rd edition, BSAVA Publications, Quedgeley, UK.
  2. Auckburally A (2016) Fluid Therapy & Blood Transfusion. In Seymour C, Dukes-Novakovski T, de Vries M (editors) BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Anaesthesia and Analgesia 3rd edition, BSAVA Publications, Quedgeley, UK.
  3. Auckburally A (2015) Controlled Drugs. In Mosedale P and Nind F (editors) BSAVA Medicines Guide, BSAVA Publications, Quedgeley, UK.
  4. Flaherty D and Auckburally A (2007) Muscle relaxants. In: Seymour C and Dukes-Novakovski T (editors) BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Anaesthesia and Analgesia 2nd edition. BSAVA Publications, Quedgeley.

Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Vieira B, Nishimura L, Carvalho L, Auckburally A, Mattos Junior E (2017) Cardiopulmonary and sedative effects of intravenous or epidural methadone in conscious dogs. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 40 (6), e65-e68.
  2. Flaherty D & Auckburally A (2017) Green discolouration of urine following propofol infusion in a dog. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 58 (9), 536-538.
  3. Auckburally A & Nyman G (2017) Hypoxaemia in anaesthetised horses: predisposition, consequences and management. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 44 (3), 397-408.
  4. Yamaoka T, Flaherty D, Pawson P, Scott M, Auckburally A (2016) Comparison of arterial blood pressure measurements obtained invasively or oscillometrically using a Datex Ohmeda S/5 Compact monitor, in anaesthetised adult horses. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 44 (3), 492-501.
  5. Minghella E, Auckburally A, Pawson P, Scott ME, Flaherty D (2016) Clinical effects of midazolam or lidocaine co-induction with a propofol target-controlled infusion (TCI) in dogs. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, DOI: 10.1111/vaa.12336.
  6. Borges LPB, Nishimura LT, Carvalho LL, Cerejo SA, Auckburally A, Mattos-Junior E (2016) Behavioural and cardiopulmonary effects of dexmedetomidine alone or in combination with butorphanol, methadone, morphine or tramadol in conscious sheep. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 43 (5), 549-560.
  7. Carvalho LL, Nishimura LT, Borges LPB, Cerejo SA, Villela IOJ, Auckburally A, Mattos-Junior E (2016) Sedative and cardiopulmonary effects of xylazine alone or in combination with methadone, morphine or tramadol in sheep. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 43 (2), 179-188.
  8. Montefiori F, Pawson P, Auckburally A, Scott M and Flaherty D (2016). An evaluation of a target-controlled infusion of propofol or propofol–alfentanil admixture for sedation in dogs. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 57, 181-187.
  9. Auckburally A (2016) Pulse oximetry and assessment of oxygenation in small animal practice. In Practice, 38, 50-58.
  10. Yamaoka TT, Holden E, Auckburally A (2016) Equine analgesia – moving beyond NSAIDs. Livestock, 21 (1).
  11. Yamaoka TT & Auckburally A (2015) The use of rocuronium for ophthalmological surgery in an alpaca. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 42 (6), 657 – 658.
  12. Yamaoka TT & Auckburally A (2014) Analgesia in Veterinary Patients: Adjunctive Analgesics. The Veterinary Nurse, 5 (8).
  13. Sandercock DA, Auckburally A, Flaherty D, Sandilands V, McKeegan DEF (2014) Avian reflex and electroencephalogram responses in different states of consciousness. Physiology & Behaviour, 133, 252 – 259.
  14. Yamaoka TT & Auckburally A (2014) Analgesia in Veterinary Patients: Opioids Part 1. The Veterinary Nurse, 4 (10): 624 – 629.
  15. Yamaoka TT & Auckburally A (2014) Analgesia in Veterinary Patients: Opioids Part 2. The Veterinary Nurse, 5 (1): 42 – 47.
  16. Minghella E & Auckburally A (2014) A preventive multimodal analgesic strategy for bilateral rostral mandibulectomy in a horse. Equine Veterinary Education, 26 (2), 66 – 71.
  17. McBrearty A, Auckburally A, Pollock PJ, Penderis J (2013) Evoked otoacoustic emissions: An alternative test of auditory function in horses”. Equine Veterinary Journal, 45 (1), 60 -65.
  18. Amengual M, Flaherty D, Auckburally A, Bell AM, Scott EM, Pawson P (2013) An evaluation of anaesthetic induction in healthy dogs using rapid intravenous injection of propofol or alfaxalone.  Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 40 (2), 115 – 123.
  19. Amengual M, Flaherty D, Pawson P, Auckburally A (2012) Occlusion of the inner limb of a coaxial Bain breathing system by a foreign object. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 39 (3), 317 – 319.
  20. Auckburally A and Flaherty D (2011) Supplemental Intravenous Anaesthesia/Analgesia in horses. In Practice, 33 (7), 334 – 339.
  21. Bell AM, Auckburally A, Pawson P, Scott EM and Flaherty D (2011) Two doses of dexmedetomidine in combination with buprenorphine for premedication in dogs; a comparison with acepromazine in combination with buprenorphine. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 38 (1), 15 – 23.
  22. Langton S, Flaherty D, Auckburally A (2010) A serious breathing system fault identified by capnography. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 37 (6), 581 – 582.
  23. Auckburally A and Flaherty D (2009) Recovery from anaesthesia in horses 2: Avoiding complications. In Practice, 31, 362-369.
  24. Auckburally A and Flaherty D (2009) Recovery from anaesthesia in horses 1: What can go wrong? In Practice, 31, 340-347.
  25. Auckburally A, Pawson P, Flaherty D (2008) A comparison of induction of anaesthesia using a target-controlled infusion device in dogs with propofol or a propofol and alfentanil admixture. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 35, 319-325.
  26. Auckburally A Alfaxalone, Vetstream Equis
  27. Auckburally A Atipamezole, Vetstream Equis
  28. Auckburally A Anaesthesia – general – overview, Vetstream Equis
  29. Auckburally A Anaesthesia – general – foal, Vetstream Equis
  30. Auckburally A Buprenorphine, Vetstream Equis
  31. Holden E & Auckburally A Carfentanil, Vetstream Equis
  32. Auckburally A Climazolam, Vetstream Equis
  33. Holden E & Auckburally A Dantrolene, Vetstream Equis
  34. Auckburally A Dexmedetomidine, Vetstream Equis
  35. Holden E & Auckburally A Dopamine, Vetstream Equis
  36. Auckburally A Ephedrine, Vetstream Equis
  37. Holden E & Auckburally A Esmolol, Vetstream Equis
  38. Auckburally A Fentanyl, Vetstream Equis
  39. Auckburally A Firocoxib, Vetstream Equis
  40. Auckburally A Halothane, Vetstream Equis
  41. Holden E & Auckburally A Hydroxyethyl starch, Vetstream Equis
  42. Auckburally A Hypercapnia, Vetstream Equis
  43. Auckburally A Hypotension, Vetstream Equis
  44. Auckburally A Hypoxemia, Vetstream Equis
  45. Auckburally A Medetomidine, Vetstream Equis
  46. Auckburally A Meloxicam, Vetstream Equis
  47. Auckburally A Metabolic Acidosis, Vetstream Equis in press
  48. Auckburally A Naloxone, Vetstream Equis
  49. Holden E & Auckburally A Naltrexone, Vetstream Equis
  50. Auckburally A Naproxen, Vetstream Equis
  51. Auckburally A Nitrous oxide, Vetstream Equis
  52. Auckburally A Norepinephrine, Vetstream Equis
  53. Holden E & Auckburally A Paracetamol, Vetstream Equis
  54. Auckburally A Phenylephrine, Vetstream Equis
  55. Auckburally A Prilocaine, Vetstream Equis
  56. Holden E & Auckburally A Procainamide, Vetstream Equis
  57. Auckburally A., Propofol, Vetstream Equis
  58. Holden E & Auckburally A Propranolol, Vetstream Equis
  59. Auckburally A Recovery, Vetstream Equis
  60. Auckburally A Rocuronium, Vetstream Equis
  61. Auckburally A Salbutamol, Vetstream Equis
  62. Holden E & Auckburally A Sarmazenil, Vetstream Equis
  63. Auckburally A Standing chemical restraint, Vetstream Equis
  64. Auckburally A Sugammadex, Vetstream Equis
  65. Auckburally A Suxibuzone, Vetstream Equis
  66. Auckburally A Tiletamine, Vetstream Equis

Non-peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Holden E, Yamaoka TT, Auckburally A (2014) Pain management in horses. The Vet Times.
  2. Auckburally A (2011) Equine field sedation. Veterinary Practice Spotlight Article.
  3. Auckburally A (2010) Anaesthesia of the cat: hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and diaphragmatic rupture. Cats Protection Magazine.
  4. Auckburally A (2010) Analgesia of the cat. Cats Protection Magazine.
  5. Auckburally A (2009) Equine Anaesthesia & Pain Management. The Native Pony.
  6. Auckburally A User Manual for the Mallard 2800-P Large Animal Anaesthetic Machine
  7. Auckburally A (2008) Equine Anaesthesia and Pain Management. Scottish and Northern Equestrian

Practice information

Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists

Back
  • Mon
    24 hours
  • Tue
    24 hours
  • Wed
    24 hours
  • Thu
    24 hours
  • Fri
    24 hours
  • Sat
    24 hours
  • Sun
    24 hours

Emergency Details

Please call:

01425 485613
Back

Find us here:

Unit 6, Forest Corner Farm Hangersley Ringwood Hampshire BH24 3JW
get directions with Google Maps
Back

Please call this number for emergencies:

01425 485613