Balanced Anesthesia In Rhea For Abdominal Surgery
M Baigorria. Balanced Anesthesia In Rhea For Abdominal Surgery. The Internet Journal of Veterinary Medicine. 2001 Volume 1 Number 1.
The female undergoes balanced anesthesia, the one that will be subjected to an abdominal surgery.
The patient was submited previously to two anesthetic acts to intentes to solving the prolapse of cloaca.
The protocols were based on the use of xylazine, ketamine, butorphanol, antimicrobial therapy and analgesics drugs.
Reha americana, adult, female, body weith: 25 kgs.
xylazine: 2 mg/kg, and ketamine: 10 mg/kg vía intravenous
After 5 minutes of latency is carried out the patient's preparation and of the surgical field. An outlying vein roads is enabled (axillary vein) with a catheter of teflon nº 16 “G”, 0.9% saline solution is infused (rated 10 ml/kg/h).
metronidazole: 30 mg/kg (i.v.), cefalotine sodic (30 mg/kg)
propofol 3 mg/kg; midazolam 1.5 mg/kg (i.v.) + halotano 4 %.
Intubation endotracheal with tube e.t. nº 9 (i.d.)
(*) Equipment: circle circuit, semi-closed system, vaporizer termo-compensated
Halotane 1.5 % (*)
Xylazine drip (1mg/kg/h)
Monitoring: (table 1)
Drogas: C (Cefalotina sódica), F (Flunixin meglumina), D (dexametasona), las unidades representan mg./kg.
Xz(*) Xilazina: se mantiene una infusión de 1 mg/kg/h en solución de Dextrosa 5% en agua (en goteo paralelo)
Temperature: Digital thermometer with dual register and esophageal sensor.
Anesthetic recovery was calm and predictable, without undesirable effects. The patient was oxigenated during 3 minutes, until recovery of defensive reflexes. After 15 minutes the animal recovered the muscular tone to walk again.
The total recovery took 40 minutes.