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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Evaluation of ketamine-guaifenesin and sevoflurane for maintenance of anaesthesia in buffaloes undergoing diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy

Author(s):
Abdul Khyum NM, Chaudhari KS, Pitlawar SS, Ghoke SS, Agivale SM and Borakhede SS
Abstract:
Diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy was conducted in twelve buffaloes for evaluation of ketamine-guaifenesin and sevoflurane for maintenance of anaesthesia. In all animals laparo- rumenotomy was carried out 24 hours prior to diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy. Sedation was achieved with Inj. Midazolam @ 0.10 mg/kg IV. Induction of anesthesia was carried out in all the animals with the double drip solution (guaifenesin 50 mg/ml and ketamine 2.00 mg/mL) @1.50 mL/kg b.wt. Maintenance of anaesthesia in group I was carried out with same solution @2.50 ml/kg/hr and sevoflurane 2% in oxygen in group II animals. Quality of induction, onset of analgesia, muscle relaxation, palpebral reflexes, corneal reflexes, position of eyeball, duration of anaesthesia and recovery time were recorded. Smoother and faster recovery was seen in group II, whereas, smooth and prolonged recovery was seen in group I animals. Uneventful recovery was seen in all animals.
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How to cite this article:
Abdul Khyum NM, Chaudhari KS, Pitlawar SS, Ghoke SS, Agivale SM and Borakhede SS. Evaluation of ketamine-guaifenesin and sevoflurane for maintenance of anaesthesia in buffaloes undergoing diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 1000-1003.

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