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Our aim was to investigate plasma catecholamine responses to so-called doping drugs and exercise in 7 Thoroughbreds. Plasma adrenaline (Ad) and noradrenaline (NA) were determined after the administration of caffeine and promazine hydrochloride (PRZ) using a high performance liquid chromatographic...

Author(s)
Kurosawa, M.; Nagata, S.; Takeda, F.; Mima, K.; Hiraga, A.; Kai, M.; Taya, K.
Publisher
Equine Veterinary Journal Ltd, Newmarket, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1999, No. Suppl.30, pp 596-600
Abstract

A galloping test simulating racing conditions was established. A marked increase in the heart and respiratory rates was observed when the horses walked onto the race track prior to exercise. The mean heart rate (per min.) at different times was: before exercise 40; at one min. After exercise 121,...

Author(s)
Stewart, G. A.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1972, 48, No.10, pp 537-543, 544-547
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Author(s)
Abdolhosseinzadeh, A.; Nowrouzian, I.; Hekmati, P.; Salimi, M.; Schels, H. F.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Faculty University of Tehran, 1981, 37, 1, pp 43-66
Abstract

A single dose of promazine hydrochloride in lucerne pellets at 0.75-l.25 mg. of drug/lb. body wt. (l.6-3 mg./kg.) induced mild tranquillity and/or ease of handling in horses and cattle. Consecutive daily doses elicited calmative action in animals convalescing from surgery. Reduction of aggression...

Author(s)
Huebner, R. A.; Edens, J. D.; Morton, J. D.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1963, 58, pp 883-885
Abstract

Promazine hydrochloride was used to obtain sedation for surgical procedures in horses and cattle, particularly for examination of the penis. The drag was administered i/v in single doses ranging from 250 to 750 mg.-R.M.

Author(s)
Schulz, C. W.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1958, 53, pp 73-76
Abstract

The electrical apparatus consisted of a signal generator which produced a 1500 cps AC sine wave, which was fed into a high-power, distortion-free amplifier. The two electrodes used (either 0-25 inch silver disks or Luer-Lok needles) were applied either in the "transverse position", just...

Author(s)
Wulfsohn, N. L.; Poole, J. D. H.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1966, 37, pp 107-110
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Author(s)
Talebi, B.; Nowrouzian, I.; Ghodsian, I.; Hekmati, P.; Salimi, M.; Javadi, A.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Faculty University of Tehran, 36, 1, pp 69-103
Abstract

Drugs and drug combinations currently in use for chemical restraint of the horse are discussed with a view to establishing their likely usefulness to the practising veterinary surgeon. Acepromazine maleate and xylazine hydrochloride are considered to be the most useful tranquillisers in spite of...

Author(s)
Dodman, N. H.
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 12, 4, pp 166-170
Abstract

The operation was carried out on 20 horses, with a view to their use for obtaining Babesia antigens. Promazine hydrochloride was used for premedication, and either chloral hydrate, or guaiacol glyceryl ether with thiopental sodium for anaesthesia. The incision was made over the 18th rib, which was...

Author(s)
Brejov, G. D.; Castagnino, O. M.
Citation
Revista Militar de Veterinaria, 26, 124, pp 333...339

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