Electroencephalographic responses of halothane-anaesthetised calves to slaughter by ventral-neck incision without prior stunning

@article{Gibson2009ElectroencephalographicRO,
  title={Electroencephalographic responses of halothane-anaesthetised calves to slaughter by ventral-neck incision without prior stunning},
  author={T. Gibson and C. Johnson and J. Murrell and C. Hulls and S. Mitchinson and K. Stafford and A. C. Johnstone and D. Mellor},
  journal={New Zealand Veterinary Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={57},
  pages={77 - 83}
}
Abstract AIM: To investigate whether the electroencephalographic (EEG) responses to slaughter by ventral-neck incision without prior stunning may be perceived as painful in halothane-anaesthetised calves. METHODS: Fourteen Angus steers were minimally anaesthetised with halothane, using an established anaesthesia protocol. EEG indices were recorded bilaterally for 5 minutes prior to and 5 minutes following ventral-neck incision. A single incision was made in the ventral aspect of the neck… Expand
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