“Hey Dr. B, could you help me with an anesthesia protocol for a 9 year old pug?”
“Dr. B, what is the best protocol for a Cavalier with a heart murmur?”
After spending the last decade practicing veterinary anesthesia, Dr. Daniel Boruta found himself answering text, phone calls and emails from veterinarians and technicians asking for his help regarding anesthesia protocols for their companion animal patients. He enjoys assisting his colleagues; and while he wanted to be in person to support their needs, he just could not attend every procedure. He realized that he could, however, help alleviate some of the planning by providing consults to those veterinary team members and thus SEDPLAN, PLLC was created.
SEDation PLAN to support veterinarians:
Our goal it is to work in partnership with companion animal veterinary clinics to provide safe anesthetic consults for veterinary patients, creating a SEDation PLAN that supports veterinarians.
Our primary focus is consultations but we also offer continuing education programs (both virtual and in-person options). Learn more about our services.
meet your anesthesiologist
Daniel Boruta, DVM, DACVAA
Dr. Daniel Boruta (Dr. B) is a board-certified veterinary anesthesiologist that has spent the last decade working in both academic and private practice settings. He enjoys consulting with veterinary practitioners that just need a little advice on anesthesia or pain management for their patients.
Dr. B is native of Michigan and received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Michigan State University where he also earned two undergraduate degrees in Zoology and Animal Science. He then completed a veterinary anesthesiology residency at the University of Pennsylvania and has been a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia since 2013.
He also served as an assistant professor of veterinary anesthesiology at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts for nearly three years. As assistant professor he oversaw laboratory experiences for students, developed and presented classroom lectures, and completed various academic research. Dr. B has presented continuing education courses throughout the United States at various veterinary conferences and independent practices.
Dr. B has experience working in small animal anesthesiology in various emergency, specialty and private veterinary practices. He enjoys advanced anesthesia and pain management, including the use of locoregional techniques such as nerve blocks to minimize the amount of pain medication required to keep a pet comfortable after a surgical procedure.
In his spare time, Dr. Boruta enjoys fishing, surfing or just hanging out at the beach.