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This case highlights the successful recovery to discharge of a hypothermic cat in cardiac arrest, with minimal lasting clinical signs. Immediately after resuscitation, the cat was blind and non-ambulatory paraparetic. Within 4 days, the cat became fully ambulatory, but vision loss remains. We...

Author(s)
McDermott, F. M.; Lewis, K. A.
Publisher
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 2020, 61, 2, pp 157-160
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The objective of the study is to ascertain anaesthetic practices used currently for dogs and cats in Australia. A questionnaire was distributed to 4800 veterinarians throughout Australia, seeking data on numbers of dogs and cats anaesthetized per week; drug preferences for anaesthetic...

Author(s)
Nicholson, A.; Watson, A. D. J.
Publisher
Australian Veterinary Association, Artarmon, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2001, 79, 9, pp 613-619
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Diagnostic and therapeutic techniques in veterinary medicine often arise from a combination of clinical experience, expert opinion, and current scientific evidence. It is important that these techniques be continually reevaluated to avoid perpetuating outdated medical practices. As additional...

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Holowaychuk, M. K.; Martin, L. G.
Publisher
Veterinary Learning Systems, Yardley, USA
Citation
Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian, 2006, 28, 6, pp 420-432
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Blair, C. J., Sr.; McKiernan, B. C.
Publisher
Veterinary Healthcare Communications, Lenexa, USA
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 2004, 99, 1, pp 12, 14
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Six adult dogs and 6 adult cats were anaesthetised with Telazol (tiletamine + zolazepam; 10 mg/kg body weight for dogs and 5 mg/kg for cats) i/v. 30 minutes later one of the three antagonists, doxapram, tolazoline or Ro 15-1788, was given i/v. Although the differences between the groups were not...

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Bednarski, R. M.; Muir, W. W.; Tracy, C. H.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1989, 84, 10, pp 1016-1022
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With the drugs and dosages studied, tolazoline produced the most desirable behavioural responses while allowing effective antagonism of the depressant effects of xylazine. Yohimbine was an effective antagonist, but the behavioural responses were not as good as those observed in the tolazoline...

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Hartsfield, S. M.; Matthews, N. S.; Miller, S.; Cornick, J.; Jacobson, J. D.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Anaesthesia, 1991, Special supplement, pp 71-73
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Rush, J. E.
Publisher
Eastern States Veterinary Association, Gainesville, USA
Citation
Small animal and exotics. Book one: Alternative medicine - orthopedics. Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference, Volume 18, Orlando, Florida, USA, 17-21 January 2004, 2004, pp 163-164
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Moon-Massat, P. F.
Publisher
The North American Veterinary Conference, Gainesville, USA
Citation
The North American Veterinary Conference 2003, Small Animal and Exotics. Orlando, Florida, USA, 18-22 January, 2003, 2003, pp 70-72
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The effect of Dopram-V (20 mg doxapram hydrochloride per ml) on postoperative recovery from anaesthesia was tested in 50 dogs and 20 cats of various breeds and ages. In the dogs anaesthesia was induced by intubation with ether or halothane. Dopram-V at the rate of 1-2 mg/kg bodyweight was given i/v ...

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Mertens, E.; Haaren, R. van
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1982, 63, 7, pp 628-630
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Doxapram produced immediate increases in ventilation, and decreases in the duration of surgical anaesthesia induced by sodium pentobarbitone. The study was conducted in conjunction with a variety of surgical procedures on 48 dogs, divided into 3 preanaesthetic treatment groups. In addition, 18 cats ...

Author(s)
Jensen, E. C.; Klemm, W. R.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1967, 150, pp 516-525

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