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Desflurane in the dog; minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) alone and in combination with nitrous oxide

, : Desflurane in the dog; minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) alone and in combination with nitrous oxide. Journal of Veterinary Anaesthesia 21: 21-23

The minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) of desflurane was measured in 5 adult Beagle dogs using a supramaximal electrical stimulus. The value for MAC was 10.32 +or- 0.14 SEM % (range 9.83-10.6%). Addition of 50% nitrous oxide to the carrier gas lowered MAC to 7. 99 +or- 0.57% (range 6.7-9.13%).

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Accession: 002590877

DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-2995.1994.tb00477.x

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