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) solution (10 mL/kg/h, IV) and anesthetized with acepromazine h (0.05 mg/kg, IV), propofol i (6 mg/kg, IV), and isoflurane (1.0% to 1.5% in oxygen). j After endotracheal intubation, dogs were monitored via ECG and respiratory gas analysis by use of an

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stability with little respiratory depression and has a wide margin of safety. 3–5 Etomidate has been advocated as a good alternative to propofol because its cardiovascular effects have been reported to be minimal. 3–5 Induction of anesthesia with IV

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premedication of dogs for the experiment, ophthalmic and physical examinations were performed to confirm the health of the dogs. Initial variables measured included heart rate, respiratory rate, and systolic arterial blood pressure (as measured noninvasively by

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interferon alpha-2b IFN Interferon RT-qPCR Real-time quantitative PCR URTD Upper respiratory tract disease VI Virus isolation a. Felocell 3, Pfizer, New York, NY. b. Flu-Glo fluorescein sodium ophthalmic strips USP 1.0 mg, Akorn, Lake Forest

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during the postoperative period. 2 Pain management in companion animals is usually achieved with opioids and NSAIDs. However, systemic administration of opioids commonly causes undesirable adverse effects, such as respiratory depression, bradycardia, and

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predetermined time points after drug administration. Head height from the ground was measured with a tape measure after subjective scoring was complete. Then, physical examination variables including heart rate (determined by cardiac auscultation), respiratory

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be transmitted among cats via direct contact with infected ocular and respiratory secretions. Chlamydophila felis and Mycoplasma spp are also associated with ocular disease in cats, in particular conjunctivitis, and clinical disease with these

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film stability and, in the absence of blepharitis, can be considered an indirect measure of preocular mucin. 3 Feline herpesvirus type 1 is a common cause of upper respiratory tract and ocular diseases in kittens and cats. 4,5 Disease is typically

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explanation for the decrease in the rate of tear production is based on α 2 -adrenoreceptor–mediated effects of medetomidine in dogs and cats, which determine sedation and analgesia as well as bradycardia, respiratory depression, muscle relaxation, decreased

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administered IV or IM has analgesic effects similar to those of morphine in postoperative patients. However, in contrast to morphine, IV administration of nalbuphine at doses > 0.15 mg/kg does not cause an increase in respiratory depression, an effect that is

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