Sedation and analgesia with dormosedan® (Detomidine hydrochloride) or acepromazlne for suturing of the vulvar lips in mares (Caslick's surgery)

@article{Hamm1991SedationAA,
  title={Sedation and analgesia with dormosedan® (Detomidine hydrochloride) or acepromazlne for suturing of the vulvar lips in mares (Caslick's surgery)},
  author={D. Hamm and W. J{\"o}chle},
  journal={Journal of Equine Veterinary Science},
  year={1991},
  volume={11},
  pages={86-88}
}
  • D. Hamm, W. Jöchle
  • Published 1991
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Equine Veterinary Science
  • Summary Sedation and analgesia provided by either 20 or 40 mcg/kg BW DORMOSEDAN® or by 3 mg/100 lbs BW acepromazine were compared in a controlled trial in mares subjected to suturing of the vulvar lips (Caslick's operation). Both dose levels of DORMOSEDAN® established clinical signs of sedation faster than the acepromazine treatment and the mean times were significantly different at the .05 levels. Duration of the sedation for both DORMOSEDAN® levels was significantly longer than for… CONTINUE READING
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