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The aims of this study were to determine the advantages and disadvantages of the effects of inhalation and injection anaesthesia on the cardiovascular and respiratory system of rabbit and devise an optimal method of rabbit anaesthesia in clinical practice. 20 White Californian rabbits, 5 months...

Author(s)
Kos, J.; Vnuk, D.; Babić, T.; Stejskal, M.; Bedrica, L.; Sakar, D.; Križanić, J.; Smolec, O.
Publisher
Terra-Verlag GmbH, Konstanz, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 2007, 62, 8, pp 436-444
Abstract

The maintenance of corneal and normal eye function is necessary for the ocular health and integrity. Tear plays an important role in defense mechanism and nutrition of eye. The Schirmer tear tests (STT I, II) are widely used in ophthalmic examination to evaluate tear production as an aid to...

Author(s)
Erol, H.; Erol, M.; Atalan, G.; Ceylan, C.; Yönez, M. K.
Publisher
TÜBITAK, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, 2021, 45, 2, pp 330-335
Abstract

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the consequences of different oxygen supplementation methods on arterial blood gas analysis during an injectable anesthesia. Material and methods: A total of 29 rabbits with dental diseases (tooth elongation) were sampled before, during and after...

Author(s)
Brezina, T.; Fehr, M.; Thöle, M.
Publisher
Georg Thieme Verlag KG, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe K, Kleintiere/Heimtiere, 2019, 47, 5, pp 334-343
Abstract

Rabbit anaesthesia is perceived by many as a difficult, high-risk procedure. Many veterinarians therefore do not feel comfortable when having to sedate or anaesthetize a rabbit. Fortunately, the arrival of newer, safer anaesthetic agents, development of specialized anaesthetic equipment, and...

Author(s)
Zeeland, Y. van; Schoemaker, N.
Publisher
Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA), Paris, France
Citation
European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, 2014, 24, 4, pp 31-45
AbstractFull Text

The serum biochemical and cardiovascular effects of total intravenous anesthesia, xylzine-ketamine and inhalation anesthesia, isoflurane was clinically compared in healthy female rabbits (n=16) undergoing ovariohysterectomy. One group of 8 rabbits was anesthetized with combination of xylazine (3...

Author(s)
Maan, M. K.; Khan, M. A.; Bokhari, S. G.; Muhammad Ijaz; Hamid Akbar; Sajid Umar; Sohail, M. L.
Publisher
Zoological Society of Pakistan, Lahore, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 2018, 50, 2, pp 783-786
AbstractFull Text

A comparative evaluation of bupivacaine and ketamine on albino rabbits was carried out. Intrathecal administration of these agents singly and in combination produces spinal anesthesia in rabbits. Different combinations of bupivacaine and ketamine do not produce any significant changes in duration...

Author(s)
Mandlecha, R. H.; Sewlikar, N. G.; Salunkhe, D. S.
Publisher
Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, Ahmednagar, India
Citation
Pravara Medical Review, 2012, 4, 1, pp 7-9
Abstract

This paper reports on the review of the anaesthetic techniques used in rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), as well as exposition form the authors of 10 years of accumulated experience, in this specimen anaesthesia, under different regiments: injectable anaesthesia, inhaled anaesthesia, used clinically...

Author(s)
Bimonte Patetta, D.; Rodríguez Nieves, C.; Casas, L.; Vedovatti Manzoni, E.
Publisher
Veterinaria Organizacion S.L., Malaga, Spain
Citation
REDVET, 2007, 8, 7, pp 070719
Abstract

Rabbit anaesthesia is perceived by many as a difficult, high-risk procedure. Many veterinarians therefore do not feel comfortable when having to sedate or anaesthetize a rabbit. Fortunately, the arrival of newer, safer anaesthetic agents, development of specialized anaesthetic equipment, and...

Author(s)
Zeeland, Y. van; Schoemaker, N.
Publisher
Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA), Paris, France
Citation
European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, 2014, 24, 4, pp 19-30
Abstract

Some aspects of chemical restraint in small mammals (rabbits, ferrets and rodents) are covered in this chapter. Focus is given on pre-anaesthetic preparation, induction and maintenance of anaesthesia, additional supportive therapy, monitoring anaesthesia and recovery and analgesia. The anaesthetics ...

Author(s)
Girling, S.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Ames, USA
Citation
Anaesthesia for veterinary nurses, 2009, Ed.2, pp 317-335
Abstract

Rabbits and rodents are popular pets and are often presented to veterinarians for evaluation and medical treatment. Anesthesia in exotic pets is required for many diagnostic and surgical procedures and is associated with a higher perioperative risk in rabbits and rodents when compared with dogs and ...

Author(s)
Wenger, S.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, 2012, 21, 1, pp 7-16

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