Kris Kruse-Elliott, DVM, PhD, DACVA Filter by article type: AllProceedingsFeatureFormsPhoto articleStep-by-step FeaturesCE listingSponsoredInteractive CaseGalleryAudioQuizVideoInteractive FeatureDirectory listing Practical Matters: Abnormally low capnography readings may not be due to hyperventilationVETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 01, 2006Using capnography or a capnometer to determine end-tidal CO2 (ETCO2) is a simple, practical, and noninvasive way to monitor patient ventilation during anesthesia. Hot topics on dvm3605 ways to wow pet owners (and pets) 10 steps to take when a practice owner dies dvm360 sits down with Dr. Pol Ack! How do you spell that again? "Best. Veterinary Practice. EVER."