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H orses have the highest reported rate of complications associated with general anesthesia amongst domestic species. Catastrophic orthopedic injury during the recovery period remains the most common complication, many of which may be career or

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uneventfully. The dog's plasma potassium concentration j was within the reference range (3.5 mEq/L) 45 minutes after induction of general anesthesia. A resting serum cortisol concentration was measured and found to be slightly high (7.0 μg/dL) during

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anesthesia and surgery. As COP decreases, the resulting increased transudation of fluids may lead to noncardiogenic pulmonary edema or edema in various other tissues. 3–9 , a Therefore, knowledge of the expected decrease in COP attributable to general

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recovery and, thereby, decrease the perianesthetic mortality rate. Currently, most horses anesthetized in the United States are first sedated with an α 2 -adrenoceptor agonist, with general anesthesia subsequently induced with a combination of a

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include decreased metabolism, oxygen demands, and blood pressures; lack of a functional diaphragm and respiratory arrest at stage 3 general anesthesia; cardiac and intrapulmonary blood shunting; as well as potential hepatic and renal first-pass effects

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, such as dexmedetomidine, in feline medicine is as part of a combination protocol used prior to or simultaneously with an anesthetic to enhance sedation, analgesia, muscle relaxation, and general anesthesia. Xylazine-ketamine or medetomidine

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General anesthesia carries greater risk in horses than it does in humans or small animals. The reported incidence of anesthesia-related death is approximately 0.01% in human patients, 1 0.05% in dogs, 2,3 0.11% in cats, 4 and 0.9% to 1.1% in

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general anesthesia have also been described. 5 While most veterinary literature reports preferentially evaluate the effect of C-section on the adult goat’s postoperative outcomes, there are few evaluations of factors affecting kid survival. In 1 study, 4

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Introduction Pneumonia is a known complication of general anesthesia in horses, though the true incidence is unknown, and early diagnosis can be challenging. 1 – 5 In 113 horses anesthetized for emergency celiotomy, 42% (48/113) developed

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hydromorphone (group AH), or dexmedetomidine and hydromorphone (group DH) before undergoing general anesthesia for elective hind limb orthopedic procedures between November 2016 and November 2018. Characteristic Group P value H (control; n

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