REVISTA

Infusiones a ritmo constante en exóticos

Descripción: Revisión farmacológica, dosis y vías de infusiones a ritmo constante para usar en animales exóticos de compañía (aves, lagomorfos, roedores, zorros...) con el objetivo de realizar anestesia, tratamiento del dolor multimodal o hipotensión.

TITULO FUENTE ORIGINAL:

Constant rate infusions in exotic animals

AUTORES:

Rodney Schnellbacher, Jessica Comolli

REVISTA ABREV.:

Journal of exotic pet medicine

AÑO:

2020

REFERENCIA:

35:50-57

DOI:

10.1053/j.jepm.2020.07.001

RESUMEN ORIGINAL:

Over the past decade, exotic animal anesthesia and analgesia has drastically improved corresponding to the development of new technologies and the advancement in research. The use of drug administration via constant rate infusion (CRIs) has become a common method of enhancing operative and postoperative outcomes, allowing for better administration of multimodal anesthesia and analgesia, and... + Leer más

Over the past decade, exotic animal anesthesia and analgesia has drastically improved corresponding to the development of new technologies and the advancement in research. The use of drug administration via constant rate infusion (CRIs) has become a common method of enhancing operative and postoperative outcomes, allowing for better administration of multimodal anesthesia and analgesia, and improving the treatment of hypotension in exotic patients. CRIs allow practitioners precise control over the intravenous administration of medications by maintaining stable drug plasma concentrations and preventing transient subtherapeutic drug levels.

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