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This chapter covers the pre-anaesthetic preparation and medications and the induction and maintenance of anaesthesia in reptiles. The initial restraint of the reptile patient, restraint techniques and equipment for the Orders Sauria, Serpentes, Chelonia and Crocodylia, aspects of chemical...

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Girling, S.
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Wiley-Blackwell, Ames, USA
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Anaesthesia for veterinary nurses, 2009, Ed.2, pp 354-371
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Longley, L.
Publisher
Veterinary Business Development Ltd, Peterborough, UK
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Veterinary Times, 2004, 34, 31, pp 22-23
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Edling, T. M.
Publisher
Zoological Education Network, Lake Worth, USA
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Exotic DVM, 2003, 5, 3, pp 15-20
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A lethal dose of the snake Vipera lebetina venom decreases the standard gas-oxygen metabolism of mice approximately 3-fold while its nonlethal dose does so 2-fold. The same effects on the gas-oxygen metabolism of mice were noted for lethal and nonlethal doses of aminooxyacetate (blocker of...

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Allamuratov, Sh. .; Ahmerov, R. N.; Almatov, K. T.; Kazakov, . K.
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Turkish Journal of Zoology, 1999, 23, 2, pp 157-159
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Újvári, B.; Sátorhelyi, T.; Mezõsi, L.
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Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 1999, 121, 8, pp 482-486
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The abstracts of 31 papers given at this meeting cover anaesthesia of cats and dogs (propofol, conduction anaesthesia, ketamine/diazepam, romifidine/glycopyrrolate, medetomidine/butorphanol, lidocaine; 12 papers), horses (tolazolidine/detomidine, romifidine/guaiphenesin/ketamine/halothane,...

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Veterinary Surgery, 1999, 28, 2, pp 126-133
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In 23 reptiles of 23 different species experimental halothane or ether anaesthesia was carried out. Inhalation anaesthesia (dose according to its effects) is preferable in reptiles to injection anaesthesia (doses for reptiles not known) or anaesthesia by cooling (freedom from pain uncertain). A...

Author(s)
Bonath, K.; Zschege, C.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinamedizin, 1979, 26A, 5, pp 341-372
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Excellent anaesthesia was induced with halothane in 22 turtles of three genera (Kinosternon, Sternotherus and Staurotypus) when these were placed in a sealed 10-gallon induction chamber. However, this method was unsuccessful with species of Terrapene, Pseudemys and Chelydra.

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Brannian, R. E.; Kirk, C.; Williams, D.
Citation
Journal of Zoo Animal Medicine, 1987, 18, 2/3, pp 115-117
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Inhalation anaesthesia is recommended for small and medium-sized reptiles (Sauria, Serpentes, Crocodilia). For large reptiles, medicinal muscle relaxation followed by endotracheal intubation and inhalation anaesthesia using an anaesthesia machine is suggested. Monitoring the depth of anaesthesia by ...

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Bonath, K.
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International Zoo Yearbook, 1979, 19, pp 112-125
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Chatdarong, K.; Durongpongthorn, S.
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Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1996, 26, 3, pp 273-279

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