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OLIVA, V.N.L.S., MASSONE, F., TEIXEIRA NETO, F.J. et al. Abstract : Thirty healthy mongrel dogs, premedicated with levomepromazine (0.5mg/kg) and induced with tiopental sodium were anesthetized for 60 minutes as follow:group 1 (G1) sevoflurane in oxygen 100%; group 2 (G2) sevoflurane in nitrous oxide and oxygen 50% each and group 3 (G3) sevoflurane in oxygen 27% and nitrous oxide 63%. Heart rate increased significantly after induction (PKeywords : Dog; anesthesia; sevoflurane; nitrous oxide. Arq. Bras. Med. Vet. Zootec., Apr. 2000, vol.52, no.2, p.130-137. Full text in Portuguese.
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