A comparison of epidural anaesthesia with lignocaine, bupivacaine and a lignocaine-bupivacaine mixture in cats.
- F. Lawal, A. Adetunji
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of the South African Veterinary…
- 15 July 2001
Neither LIG nor LIG-BUP has any advantage over epidural BUP in terms of onset of analgesia, time to standing and physiological responses, and lumbosacral epidural administration of BUP appears to be the best choice for a long surgical procedure lasting more than 1 hour when compared with either LIG or LIG.
Comparison of epidural anaesthesia with lignocaine or xylazine in cats.
- A. Adetunji, C. O. Adewoye, R. Ajadi
- BiologyThe Veterinary Journal
- 1 May 2002
Comparison of three ketamine drug combinations for short term anaesthesia in West African Dwarf goats.
- R. Udegbunam, A. Adetunji
- 8 October 2007
XK combination appears to be the ideal drug combination and should be used for general anaesthesia in WAD Goats Agro-Science Vol.
Evaluation of lignocaine/bupivacaine mixture for central neural blockade in goats.
- C. O. Ogimtoye, A. Adetunji
Retrospective evaluation of xylazine/halothane anesthesia in 125 cattle.
- A. Adetunji, P. Pascoe, W. Mcdonell, F. D. Horney
- MedicineThe Canadian veterinary journal = La revue…
- 1 September 1984
The use of xylazine/halothane was judged to be clinically satisfactory and did not produce an unacceptable complication rate, although it is evident there is a significant risk associated with general anesthesia in ruminants.
Comparison of total Intravenous Ketamine and Propofol Anaesthesia in Acepromazine-Dexmedetomidine sedated cats
- Oladapo Afolabi, Omowunmi C Oguntoye, Oghenemega D Eyarefe, A. Adetunji
- Medicine, BiologyInternational Journal of Veterinary Science and…
- 17 January 2019
This study compared ketamine and propofol anaesthesia in cats premedicated with acepromazine-dexmedetomidine combination to find out whether these drugs can be used for total intravenous anaesthesia treatment in small animals.
Effects of Chloramphenicol Pretreatment on Xylazine/ketamine anaesthesia in cats
- A. Adetunji, R. Ajadi, T. Akerele
- Biology, Medicine
- 1 April 2002
It was concluded that pretreatment with chloramphenicol somewhat prolongs the duration of anaesthesia produced by i.m injection of ketamine in xylazine premedicated cats, although this effect may not be of clinical concern.
COMPARISON OF CARDIORESPIRATORY AND ANAESTHETIC EFFECT OF ALFAXALONE OR PROPOFOL IN DOGS PREMEDICATED WITH ACEPROMAZINE-BUPRENORPHINE
- S. O. Adediran, A. Adetunji, Bjvm
- Medicine, Biology
Comparison of the analgesic effects of pentazocine and ketoprofen in onychectomized cats
- A. Adetunji, R. Ajadi, T. A. Aawosika, A. Alabi
- 1 February 2002
It was concluded that single i.m dose of both ketoprofen and pentazocine are somewhat equally effective and safe in healthy cats and that analgesia is beneficial following onychectomy in cats.
Influence of dosage and chemical restraints on feline excretory urography.
- R. Ajadi, A. Adetunji, V. O. Omoerah, J. Okoh
- BiologyJournal of the South African Veterinary…
- 11 June 2006
It was concluded that increasing the dosage of urografin above 800 mg/kg in cats does not provide additional beneficial effects on the nephrograms produced and xylazine sedation was observed to produce better nephrugraphic opacification, however, with delayed nephregraphic fading compared to ketamine sedation.