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. Veterinarians included diplomates of an anesthesia specialty college such as the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia or the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (75%); veterinarians with, or currently in, residency

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Introduction Effective locoregional retrobulbar anesthesia in horses can enhance perioperative analgesia for adnexal, ocular, and orbital surgery. Moreover, it can facilitate standing surgery, obviating the need for general anesthesia and the

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T he Psittaciformes order contains some of the most popular species maintained in captivity in zoos or as companion animals. These species present diverse diseases whose diagnosis requires the use of complementary tests. Inhaled anesthesia has

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ALT (89 IU/L; reference range, 17 to 78 IU/L), and increased serum AST (80 IU/L; reference range, 16 to 42 IU/L). Physical examination on the day of anesthesia revealed no abnormalities and no overt neurologic deficits or behavioral abnormalities

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. Complications in equine anesthesia . Vet Clin North Am Equine Pract 2008 ; 24 : 735 – 752 . 10.1016/j.cveq.2008.10.002 5. Clark L , Clutton RE , Blissitt KJ , et al. The effects of morphine on the recovery of horses from halothane anaesthesia

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hemodynamic instability is less common in veterinary anesthesiology. Moreover, current imaging acquisition techniques for dogs do not always consider other factors frequently encountered when hemodynamic instability occurs during anesthesia, such as dorsal

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/min (reference range, 60 to 100 beats/min), and strong, regular femoral pulses. General anesthesia was induced with ketamine hydrochloride (2.0 mg/kg [0.9 mg/lb], IV bolus) followed immediately with propofol (1.4 mg/kg [0.6 mg/lb], IV) titrated slowly to effect

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literature on the safe provision of general anesthesia for an entire large group of baboons, which comes with its own challenges. A troop of 98 hamadryas baboons ( Papio hamadryas ) held in a German zoological institution required anesthesia for health

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/lb/h], IV) for analgesia. Later that day, the patient was anesthetized for a CT myelogram. The patient was premedicated with fentanyl (3 μg/kg, IV) and lidocaine (1 mg/kg [0.45 mg/lb], IV). Anesthesia was induced with ketamine (5 mg/kg, IV) and midazolam (0

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Horses develop pronounced disturbances of gas exchange during anesthesia and recumbency. These disturbances are characterized by an increase in Pa CO 2 attributable to hypoventilation and by an increase in the (P[A–a] O 2 ). 1 The latter results

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