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analgesia in psittacine birds, 13–16 but their analgesic properties have not been evaluated in raptors. Fentanyl, a μ-opioid receptor agonist, administered as a continuous rate infusion in red-tailed hawks ( Buteo jamaicensis ) decreases isoflurane minimum

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. Esophageal damage is possible when oral gavage is used, although this is more common in passerine species and less frequently observed in psittacine species. 82 Another possibility was the presence of fruit acids in the fecal samples, which can cause false

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peripheral nervous system and alleviating discomfort. 2 Of the opioids, butorphanol has historically been one of the most commonly used opioid analgesics in birds, particularly among psittacines such as Hispaniolan Amazon parrots ( Amazona ventralis ), 3 , 4

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of carbonic anhydrase. 10,11 Studies have found zonisamide to be effective and safe when used alone or as adjuvant therapy for treatment of epilepsy in humans 11–13 and dogs. 14–16 Zonisamide has been anecdotally used in psittacine species, 1 and

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in pairs in adjacent standard, stainless steel laboratory cages (52.8 cm width × 52.8 cm length × 55 cm height). A perch and 1 to 2 hanging toys were present inside the cages. Parrots were fed a pelleted psittacine diet a and provided water ad

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, there is currently no commercially available oral suspension of enrofloxacin. In addition to its FDA-approved use in dogs and cats, enrofloxacin has been used in many exotic animal species, including psittacines, 8,9 ferrets, 10 rabbits, 11

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reported for other third-generation cephalosporins administered to other species of birds. Results of another study 6 indicated that the mean t 1/2 λz of ceftiofur sodium in psittacines and domestic birds ranges from 2.5 to 8.7 hours. In comparison, the t

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' knowledge, the effects of dopamine and dobutamine have not been evaluated in psittacine birds. Therefore, the objective of the study reported here was to determine the effects of dopamine and dobutamine for the treatment of isoflurane-induced hypotension in

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performed, nor was it performed in any of the published cases of chondrosarcomas in wild birds or psittacines. Nonneo-plastic differentials considered for these lesions included severe bacterial pododermatitis, such as can be caused by Staphylococcus aureus

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caused by Psittacid herpesvirus 1 and presents as peracute-to-acute mortality in psittacines. 1 Marek’s disease is caused by Gallid alphaherpesvirus 2 , while other avirulent Marek’s disease viruses include Gallid alphaherpesvirus 3 and Meleagrid

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