Large differences in blood measures, tissue weights, and focal areas of damage 1 year after postseizure treatment with acepromazine or ketamine.

@article{George2009LargeDI,
  title={Large differences in blood measures, tissue weights, and focal areas of damage 1 year after postseizure treatment with acepromazine or ketamine.},
  author={Katherine R George and Timothy Rico and Linda S. St-Pierre and Mathieu J Dupont and Christopher G Blomme and Angelo Mazzuchin and Lee S. Stewart and Michael A. Persinger},
  journal={Epilepsy & behavior : E&B},
  year={2009},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={98-105}
}
Approximately 1 year after rats were seized as young adults with lithium (3 mEq/kg) and pilocarpine (30 mg/kg) and given acepromazine or ketamine, 18 blood measures, wet tissue weights, and detailed damage scores for 107 brain structures were completed. Compared with normal and ketamine-treated rats, acepromazine-treated seized rats (total n=54) had lighter… CONTINUE READING