Induction, Maintenance and Recovery of Anaesthesia in the Ferrret Using Sevoflurane
By : Sanaa Zaki, S. Tzannes, M. Govendir, Richard Malik
The ferret has unique anatomical and physiological characteristics, which favour the use of inhalational agents for the induction of anaesthesia. The use of halothane and isoflurane in the ferret has been widely documented; however, there is a lack of information on sevoflurane use in this species.
A technique for inducing and maintaining general anaesthesia in ferrets using sevoflurane is described. Despite the ferret’s small size, spirited temperament and reluctance to be restrained, induction of anaesthesia using this technique is typically rapid, well tolerated and safe.
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Preclinical Evaluation Of The Novel, Orally Bioavailable Selective Inhibitor Of Nuclear Export (SINE) KPT-335 In Spontaneous Canine Cancer
By : Cheryl A. London, Luis Feo Bernabe, Sandra Barnard, William C. Kisseberth, Antonella Borgatti, Mike Henson, Heather Wilson, Kiersten Jensen, Daisuke Ito, Jaime F.
By : Daniel R James, David Collins, Philippa J Johnson and Andrew M Marchevsky Case Summary A 10-month-old female spayed domestic shorthair cat was presented
Maintenance Therapy With Toceranib Following Doxorubicin Based Chemotherapy For Canine Splenic Hemangiosarcoma
By : Heather L. Gardner, Cheryl A. London, Roberta A. Portela, Sandra Nguyen, Mona P. Rosenberg, Mary K. Klein, Craig Clifford, Douglas H. Thamm, David