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Propofol as an intravenous anaesthetic agent in dogs (Canis domestica)



Propofol as an intravenous anaesthetic agent in dogs (Canis domestica)



Indian Veterinary Medical Journal 21(4): 330-332



Propofol, one of a group of alkylphenol produced good anaesthesia along with smooth induction and early recovery when administered @ 3.50 mg/kg., iv., in dogs premedicated with chlorpromazine hydrochloride @ 0.75 mg/kg, iv. Duration of anaesthesia lasted for 12 to 15 minutes which could be prolonged by 8 min. when incremental dose of propofol @ 1.75 mg/kg was given.

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