The effects of two endotracheal tube cuff inflation pressures on liquid aspiration and tracheal wall damage in horses.
The endotracheal tube cuff produced a seal sufficient to prevent leakage in both groups, and tracheal wall damage was more severe and occurred more frequently in the higher cuff pressure group.
Cardiopulmonary effects of controlled versus spontaneous ventilation in pigeons anesthetized for coelioscopy.
- G. Touzot-Jourde, S. Hernandez-Divers, C. Trim
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of the American Veterinary Medical…
- 1 November 2005
In adult pigeons, controlled ventilation delivered by a pressure-limited device was not associated with clinically important adverse cardiopulmonary changes but may be associated with respiratory alkalosis and cardiovascular depression when air sac integrity has been disrupted.
Efficacy of preanesthetic intramuscular administration of ephedrine for prevention of anesthesia-induced hypotension in cats and dogs.
- C. Egger, M. Mccrackin, E. Hofmeister, G. Touzot-Jourde, B. Rohrbach
- Medicine, BiologyThe Canadian veterinary journal = La revue…
- 1 February 2009
Prophylactic ephedrine delayed, but did not prevent, the onset of hypotension in dogs and cats anesthetized with acepromazine, morphine, propofol, and halothane.
Ultrasonography-Guided Perineural Injection of the Ramus ventralis of the 7 and 8th Cervical Nerves in Horses: A Cadaveric Descriptive Pilot Study
- G. Touzot-Jourde, O. Geffroy, A. Tallaj, O. Gauthier, J. Denoix
- Medicine, BiologyFrontiers in Veterinary Science
- 25 February 2020
Ulasonography-guided perineural injection of C7 and C8 ramus ventralis is a feasible technique that may have multiple applications in multimodal analgesia in horses and will be necessary to determine the appropriate drug, dosage, and volume to inject to confirm its usefulness.
Type IV rectal prolapse secondary to a long‐standing urinary bladder lithiasis in a donkey
- M. Robert, A. M. D. Boissiere, M. Depecker, C. D. Fourmestraux, G. Touzot-Jourde, C. Tessier
- 1 November 2016
The case of a 7-year-old gelded donkey that sustained a type IV rectal prolapse secondary to a long-standing cystic calculus after several episodes of intermittent mucosal prolapse is presented.
Clinical evaluation of alfaxalone to induce and maintain anaesthesia in cats undergoing neutering procedures
- T. Beths, G. Touzot-Jourde, G. Musk, K. Pasloske
- Biology, MedicineJournal of feline medicine and surgery
- 1 August 2014
Alfaxalone TIVA in combination with medetomidine and morphine premedication was effective in feral and domestic cats for the performance of neutering surgery; low body temperature might have resulted in longer recoveries in some cats.
Comparison of intramuscular alfaxalone and ketamine combined with dexmedetomidine and butorphanol for castration in cats
- L. Khenissi, O. Nikolayenkova-Topie, Ségolène Broussaud, G. Touzot-Jourde
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of feline medicine and surgery
- 1 August 2017
Intramuscular alfaxalone is a suitable alternative to ketamine for short procedures requiring anaesthesia when used in combination with dexmedetomidine and butorphanol.
Laparoscopic Evaluation of Umbilical Disorders in Calves.
Laroscopy was performed safely and quickly in young calves and allowed complete evaluation of intra-abdominal umbilical structures and may, therefore, be a useful adjunct to physical examination and ultrasound to fully assess the abdomen in calves.
Standardized and axially vascularized calcium phosphate-based implants for segmental mandibular defects: a promising proof of concept.
- A. Paré, Baptiste Charbonnier, D. Marchat
- Medicine, Materials ScienceActa Biomaterialia
- 1 October 2022
Results proved that a synthetic-biologics-free approach is able to regenerate a critical size segmental mandibular defect of 15 cm3 in a relevant preclinical model, mimicking real life scenarii of segmentalMandibular defects, with a full physiological regeneration of the defect after 12 months.
Comparison of medetomidine-morphine and medetomidine-methadone for sedation, isoflurane requirement and postoperative analgesia in dogs undergoing laparoscopy.
- Mathieu Raillard, Julien Michaut-Castrillo, Damien Spreux, O. Gauthier, G. Touzot-Jourde, D. Holopherne-Doran
- MedicineVeterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia
Sedation produced by both drugs when combined with medetomidine was equivalent, while volatile anaesthetic requirements and PR perioperatively were lower with methadone, and postoperative analgesia provided better analgesia 3 hours after surgery.