Scientific Works Series C. Veterinary Medicine

PRINT ISSN 2065-1295, ISSN-L: 2065-1295, ISSN CD: 2343-9394,ISSN ONLINE 2067-3663


Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LIX (1)
Written by Constantin BORS, Nicolae CORNILA, Traian LEAU

The study presents one of anesthesia techniques, the inhalation anesthesia, frequently used in veterinary medicine. The tested substance is a general anesthetics whose role is to act selective or at global mode, above one kind of structures form central nervous system, producing specific effects for his team. There have been observed the anesthetic effects of Izofluran dosed through mask induction and maintained with tracheal sonde at 5 dogs from different species and weights on a private clinic. There have been recorded the hematological and biochemical values of every patient, and also evaluated the vital constants: cardiac frequency, respiratory frequency, temperature, induction time, wake up time, metabolisation time and seconds products eliminating. There have been monitored the effects on cardiovascular, respiratory, neuromuscular, renal systems and live. In order to find the best inhalator there have been made comparative tests between Izofluran and Sevofluran. After inhalation administration of Izofluran it was observed a nesemnificative clinical grow of enzymatic activity for aminotransferase (GOT/AST), alaninaminotranferase (GPT/ALT), gama glutamil transferase (GGT), total amylase, glycaemia, creatinine, urea and compared with initial moment. There were not recorded major differences between initial moment and after anesthesia. The steps of anesthesia have characterized through induction of anesthetic in one moderate time (10-15 minutes) with respiratory complications (apnea, larynx spasm and cough), passing from anesthesia was done in 15-25 minutes. Secondary reactions (vomit, convulsions or events) were not present at anesthetized cases with Izofluran, and the temperature, cardiac frequency, respiratory frequency and oxygen saturation of peripheral tissues were on normal parameters. The phases of anesthesia have been characterized with a longer time of induction and waking up against Sevofluran with some respiratory complications.

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