Publications

1. Browning AP, Collins JA. (1994)
Sedation of horses with romifidine and butorphanol.
Vet Rec 134, 90-91.
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2. Budsberg SC, Cross AR, Quandt JE, Pablo LS, Runk AR (2002)
Evaluation of intravenous adinistration of meloxicam for perioperative pain management following stifle joint surgery in dogs.
Am J Vet Res 63, 1557-1563.
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3. Doherty TJ, Andrews FM, Provenza MK, Frazier DL. (1999)
The effect of sedation on gastric emptying of a liquid marker in ponies.
Vet Surg 28, 375-379.
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4. Gingerich DA, Rourke JE, Chatfield RC, Strom PW. (1985)
Butorphanol tartrate: A new analgesic to relieve the pain of equine colic.
Vet Med, August 1985, 72-77.
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5. Hanson CA, Galuppo LD. (1999)
Bilateral laparoscopic ovariectomy in standing mares: 22 cases.
Vet Surg 28, 106-112.
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6. Houghton KJ, Rech RH, Sawyer DC, Durham RA, Adams T, Langham MA, Striler EL. (1991)
Dose-response of intravenous butorphanol to increase visceral nociceptive threshold in dogs.
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 197, 290-296.
Abstract

7. Inoue T, Ko JC, Mandsager RE, Payton ME, Galloway DS, Lange DN. (2006)
Efficacy and safety of preoperative etodolac and butorphanol administration in dogs undergoing ovariohysterectomy.
J Am Anim Hosp Assoc 42, 178-188.
Abstract

8. Jochle W, Moore JN, Brown J, Baker GJ, Lowe JE, Fubini S, Reeves MJ, Watkins JP, White NA. (1989)
Comparison of detomidine, butorphanol, flunixin meglumine and xylazine in clinical cases of equine colic.
Equine Vet J 7, Suppl (Equine Colic), 111- 116.
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9. Kalpravidh M, Lumb WV, Wright M, Heath RB. (1984)
Effects of butorphanol, flunixin, levorphanol, morphine, and xylazine in ponies.
Am J Vet Res 45, 217-23.
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10. Kohn CW, Muir WW 3rd. (1988)
Selected aspects of the clinical pharmacology of visceral analgesics and gut motility modifying drugs in the horse.
J Vet Intern Med 2, 85-91.
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11. Mariën T, Adriaenssen A, Hoeck FV, Segers L. (2001)
Laparoscopic closure of the renosplenic space in standing horses.
Vet Surg 30, 559-563
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12. Mathews KA, Pettifer G, Foster R, McDonell W. (2001)
Safety and efficacy of preoperative administration of meloxicam, compared with that of ketoprofen and butorphanol in dogs undergoing abdominal surgery.
Am J Vet Res 62, 882-888.
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13. Merritt AM, Campbell-Thompson ML, Lowrey S. (1989)
Effect of butorphanol on equine antroduodenal motility.
Equine Vet J Suppl 7, 21-23.
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14. Muir WW, Robertson JT. (1985)
Visceral analgesia: effects of xylazine, butorphanol, meperidine, and pentazocine in horses.
Am J Vet Res 46, 2081-2084.
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15. Pircio AW, Gylys JA, Cavanagh RL, Buyniski JP, Bierwagen ME. (1976)
The pharmacology of butorphanol, a 3,14-dihydroxymorphinan narcotic antagonist analgesic.
Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther 220, 231-257.
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16. Trim CM. (1983)
Cardiopulmonary effects of butorphanol tartrate in dogs.
Am J Vet Res 44, 329-331.
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17. Yamashita K, Tsubakishita S, Futaok S, Ueda I, Hamaguchi H, Seno T, Katoh S, Izumisawa Y, Kotani T, Muir WW. (2000)
Cardiovascular effects of medetomidine, detomidine and xylazine in horses.
J Vet Med Sci 62, 1025-1032.
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