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Preoxygenation Study Highlights

This study evaluates the effectiveness of two methods of preoxygenation in healthy yet sedated dogs and the impact of these methods on time taken to reach a predetermined haemoglobin desaturation point (haemoglobin saturation (SpO2) of 90%) during an experimentally induced period of apnoea.

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Capnography – Not Just a Load of Hot Air

Capnography is the measurement of inhaled and exhaled carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration. The graphical illustration of CO2 within respired gases versus times is known as the capnogram.

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Perspectives on Premeds – Alpha-2 Agonists

Perspectives on Premeds is a series of articles touching on different pharmacological, physiological and clinical aspects of pre-anaesthetic medication. This first article aims to provide a refresher on α2 agonists.

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We are ‘injecting’ a bit of fun into BSAVA Congress!

We will be ‘injecting’ a bit of fun into BSAVA Congress on our stand (stand 702).

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Alfaxan - now licensed for use in pet rabbits

Jurox Animal Health is delighted to announce that Alfaxan is now licensed for cats, dogs and pet rabbits. This is an exciting advance and could change the way rabbits are anaesthetised in the U.K.

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Best Practice Rabbit Anaesthesia Roadshows

Jurox Announces eight country wide events on Best Practice Rabbit Anaesthesia

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Considerations in Rabbit Anaesthesia at the 2017 London Vet Show

Jurox to host talks on Considerations in Rabbit Anaesthesia at the 2017 London Vet Show.

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Vets needing more support for anaesthesia

Jurox research reveals that veterinary professionals have questions about their anaesthetic protocols

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