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Objective: To evaluate the non-depolarizing neuromuscular blocking drug cis-atracurium in dogs with porto-systemic shunts, and to compare it in clinically normal animals. Animals: Thirteen dogs of mixed breed and sex, aged between 3 and 31 months old, weighing 2.2-25.5 kg, with ASA physical status...

Author(s)
Adams, W. A.; Senior, J. M.; Jones, R. S.; Williams, J. M.; Gleed, R. D.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 2006, 33, 1, pp 17-23
Abstract

Cases of acute vomiting in dogs and cats rarely necessitate the use of endoscopic examination. However the use of endoscopy may be indicated if other examination techniques produce evidence of anomalies in the upper digestive tract that can best be investigated by endoscopy or where other...

Author(s)
Guilbaud, L.; Collin, A.; Malingue, A.; Avé, A.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Canine - Féline, 2008, No.39, pp 48-50
Abstract

The development of improved anaesthetic techniques and of new anaesthetics has meant that the prognosis for small animal patients undergoing surgery has improved considerably over recent years. This practically oriented book deals with the non-routine anaesthesia of small animals with specific...

Publisher
Baillière Tindall Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Small animal anaesthesia. The increased-risk patient., 1991, pp 238pp.
Abstract

The principles of the technique are reviewed. After suitable premedication the bladder is catheterized, artifical ascites induced by injecting hypertonic solution, then a catheter inserted 2 cm behind the umbilicus, on the white line, under local anaesthesia. The choice of solution for perfusion is ...

Author(s)
Dumon, C.
Citation
Animal de Compagnie, 1978, 13, 6, pp 697-711