Complications associateci with administration of detomidine into the caudal epidural space in a horse

Chelsea Wittern From the Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523.

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  • Detomidine hydrochloride, administered at lower than recommended doses into the caudal epidural space in horses, can induce greater sedation than expected.

  • Horses given detomidine as a caudal epidural injection and in which general anesthesia is subsequently induced with halothane may require lower concentrations of anesthetic for maintenance.

  • Detomidine hydrochloride, administered at lower than recommended doses into the caudal epidural space in horses, can induce greater sedation than expected.

  • Horses given detomidine as a caudal epidural injection and in which general anesthesia is subsequently induced with halothane may require lower concentrations of anesthetic for maintenance.

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