Neuroleptanalgesia in small animals
There is today a new attitude to general anaesthesia. In the past, anaesthetics have been considered to have a basically gaseous or a barbiturate response but with the advent of newer drugs a third type of response has become apparent the neuroleptanalgesic response. No anaesthetic agent or method produces an ideal anaesthesia in all circumstances and it is therefore desirable to know the advantages and disadvantages of different drugs and methods in order to select those most suited to given conditions in a given species. These new agents have a great deal to offer to the veterinarian and he must become conversant with their use to be able to make the most of his surgical techniques…
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Document Type: Regular Paper
Publication date: 1972-08-01