Analgesia and behavioral responses of dogs given oxymorphone-acepromazine and meperidine-acepromazine after methoxyflurane and halothane anesthesia.

@article{Sawyer1992AnalgesiaAB,
  title={Analgesia and behavioral responses of dogs given oxymorphone-acepromazine and meperidine-acepromazine after methoxyflurane and halothane anesthesia.},
  author={Donald C Sawyer and Richard H. Rech and Teresa Adams and Robert A Durham and Marlee A Richter and E L Striler},
  journal={American journal of veterinary research},
  year={1992},
  volume={53 8},
  pages={1361-8}
}
This study was designed to test analgesia, duration, and cardiovascular changes induced by meperidine (MEP) and oxymorphone (OXY) following methoxyflurane (MOF) and halothane (HAL) anesthesia. Eight healthy dogs were given atropine and acepromazine, and anesthesia was induced with thiamylal and maintained with 1.5 minimal alveolar concentration of MOF or… CONTINUE READING