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Request full-text Advertisement Citations (19) References (0). Az anyagcsere-folyamatok romlasahoz vezet, ha az elettani ertek barmelyik iranyba eltolodik. Az altalanos anesztetikumok gatoljak a kozponti hoszabalyozast, ezert a testhomerseklet konnyebben kilephet az optimalis tartomanybol (3,5, 10). Lassithatja a felepules idejet es elnyujthatja korhazban toltott idot (10). Allatokban leirtak, hogy a hypothermia veralvadasi zavart, elhuzodo gyogyulast es erosszehuzodast okoz, ami csokkenti a mutott terulet ver-es oxigenellatottsagat (3,5,7,10)... Lassithatja a felepules idejet es elnyujthatja korhazban toltott idot (10). Allatokban leirtak, hogy a hypothermia veralvadasi zavart, elhuzodo gyogyulast es erosszehuzodast okoz, ami csokkenti a mutott terulet ver-es oxigenellatottsagat (3,5,7, 10). The maximal heat loss from a patient occurs in the first stadium of anaesthesia and it is easier to prevent hypothermia than reheat an animal. Objectives: The aim of the authors was to test a fast and effective way to heat the anaesthetic mixture to help to reduce the heat loss from patients. The method needs to be easy, cheap and usable in everyday veterinary practise. Materials and Methods: 20 rabbits and 20 guinea pigs were examined during the study. Surgery was performed on all the animals and age, sex and weight were noted. All animals were anaesthetised using inhalational anaesthesia via a facemask. 10 animals from each group inhaled normal unheated anaesthetic mixture, while 10 animals inhaled heated anaesthetic mixture. Rectal temperature was measured from each animal every 10 minutes. Due to facemasks being used in many practises, with the whole head of the animal being exposed to the cold anaesthetic mixture, that method of anaesthesia was tested. There are various heating and humidifying products on the market, but all are quite expensive.

The technique used here is simple and cheap, and has proved to be an effective way to prevent hypothermia in rabbits and guinea pigs during anaesthesia. View Show abstract. However, the risk of hypoxaemia was considered to be higher than the risk of hyperoxaemia given the inability to monitor blood gases to check oxygenation in the current case.. Asystole and intraoperative resuscitation following a large abdominal mass removal in a wild boar (Sus scrofa) Article Full-text available Jan 2020 Mario Arenillas Eva Martinez Nevado Ignacio Alvarez Gomez de Segura An 11-year old, 100-kg female wild boar (Sus scrofa L.) was presented with an abnormal vulvar bleeding during the previous month. The patient was sedated at the referring zoo with medetomidine and tiletamine-zolazepam to perform transabdominal ultrasound, which revealed a mass in the enlarged uterus, and the sow was scheduled for ovariohysterectomy. After propofol anaesthetic induction, general anaesthesia was maintained with isoflurane vaporized in oxygen, and a constant rate infusion of fentanyl was administered to provide intraoperative analgesia. During uterus removal, the sow suffered severe bradycardia and subsequent cardiac arrest. Extraction of a large mass from the abdomen potentially resulted in high haemodynamic imbalance like distributive shock and haemorrhagic shock, and eventually asystole. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation was performed. The Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation (RECOVER) guidelines were followed. Anaesthesia was discontinued and the resuscitation procedure combined chest compressions and mechanical ventilation. In addition, both single doses of adrenaline and atropine were administered. Return to spontaneous circulation was accomplished and the surgical procedure could be completed. In conclusion, removal of a large, 7.

2-kg, abdominal mass was associated with cardiopulmonary arrest where current recommendations for cardiopulmonary resuscitation were applied and demonstrated to be effective in a wild boar undergoing general anaesthesia. View Show abstract. The acepromazine dose was limited to a maximum of 1 mg (Murrell 2007)... Acepromazine-buprenorphine provides safe and effective sedation superior to that provided by acepromazine alone (Taylor and Herrtage 1986). The onset to peak sedation of both acepromazine and buprenorphine given IM is widely reported as 30 to 40 minutes (Murrell 2007 ) and our results demonstrate that the combination provides equal levels of sedation from the IM or SC routes by 60 minutes post administration. All dogs had an intravenous catheter placed 30 to 60 minutes after pre-anaesthetic medication and this was achieved in all cases without further sedation, suggesting a more rapid effect than the measured 60-minute time point.. Subcutaneous pre-anaesthetic medication with acepromazine-buprenorphine is effective as and less painful than the intramuscular route Article Full-text available Sep 2009 J Small Anim Pract Matthew A Gurney Peter Cripps Martina Mosing To compare reaction to injection, sedation and propofol induction dose in dogs receiving acepromazine-buprenorphine pre-anaesthetic medication by the intramuscular or subcutaneous routes. Fifty-two client owned dogs of American Society of Anesthesiologists grade I or II anaesthetised for diagnostic imaging. Reaction to injection was scored. Sedation was compared before and one hour after pre-anaesthetic medication. Total propofol dose was recorded. Acepromazine-buprenorphine pre-anaesthetic medication provides a similar degree of sedation whether administered by the intramuscular or subcutaneous route. The intramuscular route is more painful compared to the subcutaneous route. View Show abstract.

The establishment of an effective level of analgesia is paramount and an inadequate antinociceptive pre-operative intervention should not be regarded as pre-emptive analgesia (Kelly and others 2001a). Similarly, the time to ttp: ).. Pharmacological options for intra-operative and early postoperative analgesia: An update Article Jul 2012 J Small Anim Pract Matthew A Gurney The motto of the 2011 Global Year Against Acute Pain was 'Anticipate, Assess, Alleviate'. Recent advances in acute pain management include novel applications of widely used drugs, new techniques, as well as further development in our knowledge of pain scoring in veterinary patients. The concept of preventive analgesia is introduced here and serves to strengthen the widely accepted practice of pre-emptive, multimodal analgesia. View Show abstract. After intramuscular administration of dexmedetomidine and ketamine, anaesthesia was maintained with isoflurane in a mixture of oxygen and medical air. Inhalant anaesthesia requirements gradually decreased during maintenance of anaesthesia. Oral tramadol was administered for postoperative pain management. During the following days, no behavioural or other signs of pain or discomfort were recorded. Physiological parameters stayed within reference values. View Show abstract. In case 2, the epidural performed with lidocaine prior to premedication may have contributed to the hypotension seen during this case. Hypotension may also have been due to systemic vasodilation, as the calf was suspected of being septic.. Use of adrenaline continuous infusion to treat hypotension during general anaesthesia in a cow and a calf Article Full-text available Dec 2020 Laura Gomez Fernandez Maria Chie Niimura del Barrio Claire Loughran Background. Hypotension is one of the most common complications observed during inhalation anaesthesia in veterinary patients.

Treatment of hypotension in cattle is more challenging than in other species, owing to the limited number of drugs licensed in food producing animals. The use of adrenaline as an infusion to support blood pressure has not been described previously in bovines. Case presentation. A cow and a calf presented to University College Dublin Veterinary Hospital for bilateral mandibular fracture repair and bladder rupture repair respectively, developed severe anaesthetic related hypotension unresponsive to conventional treatments. Both animals were euthanised due to non-anaesthetic related complications. Conclusions. Maintenance of normotension is important during bovine anaesthesia to prevent the development of post-anaesthetic complications. In the cases described here, adrenaline was effective as an additional treatment of anaesthetic related hypotension. Further research is required to establish the recommended infusion rates, cardiovascular effects and possible side effects of adrenaline infusion administration as a treatment for hypotension in bovines. View Show abstract Local and regional anaesthesia in dogs and cats: Overview of concepts and drugs (Part 1) Article Full-text available Jan 2020 Tamara Grubb Heidi Lobprise Pain management in veterinary patients is a crucial component of appropriate patient care. Local anaesthetic drugs used in local and regional blockade are unique in that they can completely block the transmission of pain (in conscious patients) or nociceptive (in anaesthetized patients) signals, thereby providing profound analgesia. In addition, local and regional administration of drugs, when compared with systemic bolus administration, generally results in a lower incidence of dose?related adverse effects.

Due to the potential to provide profound analgesia and the high safety margin (when used correctly) of this drug class, local anaesthetics are recommended as part of the analgesic protocol in the majority of patients undergoing surgical procedures or suffering traumatic injuries. View Show abstract Preparing, monitoring and recovering the thoracic surgery patient Article Nov 2019 Liza Ebeck Patients presenting for thoracic surgery either acutely or chronically will always be demanding and require extensive planning for anaesthesia, surgery and recovery with many factors needing to be considered and resolved before beginning. This article will focus on the main considerations of these three points. The data was submitted to ANOVA, and for significant results, the averages compared by the Dunnet test (P View Show abstract IMPACTO ECONOMICO DA IMPLANTACAO DE MEDIDAS DE BEM ESTAR NA PRODUCAO ANIMAL Chapter Full-text available Oct 2019 Camila Raineri Beatriz Reis The current configuration of most animal production systems was based on necessity to produce as much food as possibleThis situation has led to the systems intensification, which currently generates However, in situations of high intensification, the adoption of measures to improve welfare implies loss of productivity and increase costs. It is not economically sustainable for the primary activity segment toDespite the signaling of markets, including. Brazilian markets, of the consumer’s willingness to pay and consume such foods, the price still a barrier to this realization. It is common in this situation that the duality between consumer and citizen manifests itself, and that ethical intentions do not effectively translate into consumer behavior. Thus, Brazilian consumers have manifested only in a partial way their great transforming power in relation to animal production practices. Welfare of livestock, economics and legislation are still antagonistic aspects in many situations.

View Show abstract Brachycephalic anaesthesia, part 2: the peri-anaesthetic period Article Oct 2019 Courtney Scales Niamh J. Clancy This article covers the peri-anaesthesia period considerations for brachycephalic breeds and discusses pre-medication, induction and intubation and monitoring of anaesthesia. It follows the previous article on pre-anaesthetic considerations. View Show abstract Clinical techniques in Veterinary Dermatology Article Sep 2019 VET DERMATOL Elizabeth A. Layne Cristina de Miguel Garcia Background. Video otoscopy is a valuable tool for the diagnosis and treatment of otitis externa (OE) and otitis media (OM) in dogs. Procedures performed by video otoscopy often are painful and it can be challenging to maintain steady anaesthetic depth and provide smooth anaesthetic recovery. A multimodal approach to analgesia and anaesthesia is ideal to minimize complications associated with high doses of anaesthetic drugs while providing the patient with adequate analgesia. To describe a technique for regional anaesthesia of the canine ear. Animals. One canine cadaver, obtained as part of a teaching laboratory class for other clinical techniques, with institutional approval, was used for illustration purposes. Results. Clinical technique for regional anaesthesia of the canine ear. Conclusions and clinical importance. Nerve blocks for regional anaesthesia are an important aspect of a multimodal anaesthetic approach. A technique for blocking the two major sensory nerves to the canine ear is described. View Show abstract Local and regional anaesthesia in dogs and cats: Descriptions of specific local and regional techniques (Part 2) Article Full-text available Jan 2020 Tamara Grubb Heidi Lobprise Pain management in veterinary patients is a crucial component of appropriate patient care. Local anaesthetic drugs used in local and regional blockade can completely block the transmission of nociceptive impulses, decreasing both intra?

operative nociception and postoperative pain, while decreasing the potential incidence of adverse effects that can be associated with systemic boluses of drugs. For efficacy and safety, this class of drugs is recommended as part of the analgesic protocol in the majority of surgical procedures and traumatic injuries. Numerous local and regional blocks are proven effective in dogs and cats, thus providing the clinician with ample opportunity to include these blocks in practice. View Show abstract Premedication considerations for dogs undergoing general anaesthesia Article Oct 2017 Nicola Waring View Anesthesia of the critical patient: The Rule of 20 Chapter Oct 2016 Susan E. Leonard Anesthesia is an induced, temporary state with one or more of the following features: analgesia, paralysis, amnesia, and unconsciousness. Anesthesia is used to perform medical procedures that would otherwise cause severe or intolerable pain in an awake and conscious patient. Local or regional anesthesia causes loss of sensation in the targeted body part. Coagulation abnormalities are common in the critical animal and anesthetic related events such as hypothermia or surgery may exacerbate an underlying clotting disorder. Rapid-sequence anesthetic induction and endotracheal intubation techniques are employed in patients with critical illness. Balanced anesthesia involves the administration of different drugs to target anesthesia, analgesia, and neuromuscular relaxation. The goal of anaesthesia in any critical patient is to maintain tissue and organ perfusion and ensure sufficient oxygen delivery and carbon dioxide removal. Pain management is an important consideration following initial examination of the severely injured patient. The most predictable response is achieved by using opioids with mu-receptor activity (morphine, methadone, fentanyl, buprenorphine).

Acepromazine, benzodiazepines or alpha-2 receptor agonists are frequently co-administered with opioids to achieve a predictable sedative effect. Using adjunctive techniques to provide pain control can reduce the inhalant dose requirement. View Show abstract Comparison of the isoflurane concentration of using dexketoprofen or methadone at premedication during orthopedic surgery in dogs Article Jan 2016 RES VET SCI Rocio Navarrete Alvaro Jesus Gutierrez Bautista Mauro Granados Juan Morgaz Thirty-two dogs were used in this prospective, randomized, clinical and double-blinded study. Dogs were induced with propofol and maintained with isoflurane in 100% oxygen. During surgery, the isoflurane concentration was changed depending on clinical signs of depth of anesthesia. Fentanyl and propofol could be used as required. Qualities of sedation and recovery were evaluated. Pain management in such patients is very important and has to be consistent with the degree of damage, particular state of the animal and possible posttraumatic complications. The present study includes different algorithms in analgesia approaches, illustrated with examples from authors' practice. View Show abstract ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any references for this publication. January 2008 J. F. R. Hird Read more Article Antinociceptive effects of epidural magnesium sulphate alone and in combination with morphine in dog. Antinociception was measured using the von Frey mechanical threshold device applied to the carpal pads, both sides of the thorax and metatarsi. Measurements were obtained at time points: before treatment (baseline) and 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 6, 12, 18 and 24 hours after the epidural injection. Sedation, behaviour score and presence of motor deficits were assessed. Data were analyzed using a linear mixed model and Bonferroni adjustments, with significance set at p Read more Article Management of pain induced by surgical procedures in veterinary medicine: Ethical and practical aspe.

January 2015 Olivier Levionnois Treatment methods and drugs used to alleviate pain in animals have been developed, as well as the ethical considerations regarding veterinary analgesia. Especially considering surgical interventions, knowledge is growing about pain treatment. Alleviation of perioperative pain becomes an essential duty. Dogs probably benefit most of it. The efficacy of such perioperative analgesia is scrutinized by numerous clinical trials. Intravenous continuous infusions of analgesics and loco-regional anaesthesia are exemples of these advancements which are not anymore rare and luxurious options. The combination of anti-inflammatory drugs with reduced toxicity, opioids, N-Methyl-D-Aspartateantagonists (ketamine), and alpha-2 agonists, is better controlled and more effective, reducing the potential for undesirable side effects which long hindered their use. Read more Article Ocular emergencies in the dog and cat: part 1 August 2013 Georgina Gent The aim of the two articles in this series is to describe common conditions of the eye and adnexa in canine and feline patients that require urgent action to avoid loss of vision or even loss of the globe. Most ocular emergencies are painful, with analgesia and sometimes sedation required to facilitate examination (topical analgesia with local anaesthetic may be sufficient). Where possible tests such as the Schirmer tear test, intraocular pressure measurement, visual reflex testing and fluorescein staining should be included. Ocular ultrasound may also be necessary in cases with opaque ocular media. Using the findings of examination the practitioner can develop a diagnostic and therapeutic plan to stabilise the globe in the emergency situation with the aim to return comfort and preserve vision long term. Read more Discover more Download citation What type of file do you want. RIS BibTeX Plain Text What do you want to download.

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