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T ransesophageal echocardiography (TEE), often indicated during cardiac surgery, is becoming increasingly adopted as a tool when hemodynamic instability occurs during noncardiac procedures in humans. 1 – 4 Several protocols consisting of a

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opioids with equipotent doses of inhalation anesthetics is thought to result in greater hemodynamic stability in dogs, compared with that for the use of volatile anesthetics alone, 8 opioid administration may cause substantial cardiovascular changes, such

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DABP, whereas renal perfusion is dependent on both MABP and CO. Additional investigation is needed to examine the hemodynamic impact of sedative drugs on anesthetized animals and their role in D o 2 and organ perfusion. Acepromazine and

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Accurate monitoring of a critically ill animal is important for selecting a therapeutic intervention, monitoring the animal's condition, and determining a prognosis. Hemodynamic assessment of these animals involves minimally invasive measurements

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propacetamol 1 g on hemodynamic parameters and postoperative pain after heart surgery . Eur J Anaesth 2000 ; 17 : 85 – 90 . 13. Baumgartner C Bollerhey M Henke J , et al . Effects of propofol on ultrasonic indicators of haemodynamic function in

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produces noticeable hemodynamic alterations, such as bradycardia, an increase in SVR, and a decrease in CO. 3,4 For patients that receive dexmedetomidine as a premedication, those hemodynamic alterations often persist for the duration of anesthesia

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processes such as abdominal neoplasia affect CO and CI and the relationship of MAP to CI are not known. Therefore, the purpose of the study reported here was to measure CO and other hemodynamic variables in anesthetized dogs undergoing laparotomy because

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administration of DBTZ or DBK, both combination treatments were determined to be effective and safe. 1–4 In studies conducted to evaluate hemodynamic effects, CO and oxygen content are measured in mixed-venous and arterial blood samples. Those measurements can

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have been reported, 10,19,20,32,33 to the authors' knowledge there are no published data describing urodynamic and hemodynamic effects of these drugs in unanesthetized or anesthetized dogs. The duration of oral administration required before maximum

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recent study 14 compared echocardiographic examinations of hyperthyroid and euthyroid cats and revealed differences in right-heart and pulmonary arterial hemodynamics, with no evidence of PH. Notably, this was a retrospective study, with the limitation

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