Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia

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Edited By: Shannon Axiak and Cynthia Trim

Impact Factor: 1.72

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 25/133 (Veterinary Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1467-2995

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July 2015

Indexing cardiovascular and respiratory variables: allometric scaling principles
Bruno H Pypendop and James H Jones

Cardiovascular tolerance of intravenous lidocaine in broiler chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus) anesthetized with isoflurane
João Brandão, Anderson F da Cunha, Bruno Pypendop, Rhett Stout, Javier Nevarez and Thomas N Tully Jr

May 2015

Differences between acceleromyography and electromyography during neuromuscular function monitoring in anesthetized Beagle dogs
Daniel M Sakai, Manuel Martin-Flores, Emily A Tomak, Matthew J Martin, Luis Campoy and Robin D Gleed

Electrocardiographic indicators of excitability in horses for predicting recovery quality after general anaesthesia
Thomas Tzelos, Karen J Blissitt and R Eddie Clutton

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