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CAT INTOLERANCE TO THE KETAMINE TO THE LETHAL DOSE LEVEL DURING SURGICAL OPERATIONS: OVH CASE IN ABDOMINAL LAPAROTOMY


[ INTOLERANCE DU CHAT A LA KETAMINE AU SEUIL DE LA DOSE LETALE LORS DES OPERATIONS CHIRURGICALES : CAS D’OVH EN LAPAROTOMIE ABDOMINALE ]

Volume 32, Issue 2, September 2017, Pages 210–213

 CAT INTOLERANCE TO THE KETAMINE TO THE LETHAL DOSE LEVEL DURING SURGICAL OPERATIONS: OVH CASE IN ABDOMINAL LAPAROTOMY

Vincent de Paul SANVURA MATUMUABIRHI

Original language: French

Received 22 February 2017

Copyright © 2017 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


The usage of the ketamine as a general anesthesia to the animals fellowship (dog and cat is the most used in such conditions that the effective veterinarian in field conditions result to premeditations. The smallest animals hard to weight and consequently to which the dose is administered becomes more estimative than reality, are cause of poisoning by overdosage and who from there die at 80% between 6 hours to 10 hours after operation. Except secondary effects and the toxicity of betalactamines (penicillin G) and aminosides (dihydrostreptomycine) associated as convulsions, the muscles paralysis and the balance’s troubles; the mucous membrane’s dryness manifestations of the tongue and gums, ending the respiratory collapse had been observed. The death of the cat is usually caused by overdosage.

Author Keywords: Ketamine, Lethal dose, Laparotomy, Ovario-hysterectomy.


Abstract: (french)


L’utilisation de la kétamine comme un anesthésique général chez les animaux de compagnie (chien et chat est le plus utilisé dans des conditions ou le vétérinaire opérant en conditions de terrain ne recourt pas à des prémédications. Les tous petits animaux difficiles à peser et par conséquent chez lesquels la dose administrée devient plus estimatif que réelle, sont sujet d’intoxication par surdosage et qui en meurent à 80% entre 6 heures et 10 heures après l’intervention. Hormis les effets secondaires et la toxicité des betalactamines (pénicilline G) et des aminosides (dihydrostreptomycine) associés tels que les convulsions, la paralysie des muscles et les troubles d’équilibre ; des manifestations de sécheresse des muqueuses de la langue et des gencives, finissant par un collapsus respiratoire ont été observés. La mort chez le chat est due surtout au surdosage.

Author Keywords: Kétamine, Dose létale, Laparotomie, Ovario-hystérectomie.


How to Cite this Article


Vincent de Paul SANVURA MATUMUABIRHI, “CAT INTOLERANCE TO THE KETAMINE TO THE LETHAL DOSE LEVEL DURING SURGICAL OPERATIONS: OVH CASE IN ABDOMINAL LAPAROTOMY,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 210–213, September 2017.