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Adam Auckburally

Anaesthesia

Adam Auckburally
Adam Auckburally BVSc Cert VA DipECVAA PGCAP FHEA MRCVS

RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia‚Äč

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

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