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Anesthesia safety

Richard Vickery Richard.Vickery at unsw.edu.au
Tue Jul 7 22:02:39 EST 1998


Robert DeLuca wrote:
> 
> I would like to know if Isoflurane is really a lot safer than Halothane
> for anesthesia in cats.


I assume that you are referring to the animal's health.  We
use halothane and it is fine.  I understand that it
accumulates in the body more over time than do other
"better" gaseous anaesthetics.  In theory this makes it less
rapidly recoverable, but we often run experiments for 3 days
and have not had problems.

Richard Vickery



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