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Author Hendricks, J.C.; Morrison, A.R. openurl 
  Title Normal and abnormal sleep in mammals Type
  Year 1981 Publication Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association Abbreviated Journal J Am Vet Med Assoc  
  Volume 178 Issue 2 Pages 121-126  
  Keywords Animals; Cat Diseases/physiopathology; Cats; Cattle; Dog Diseases/physiopathology; Dogs; Dreams; Horses/physiology; Humans; Narcolepsy/physiopathology/veterinary; Sleep/*physiology; Sleep Apnea Syndromes/physiopathology/veterinary; Sleep Disorders/physiopathology/*veterinary; Sleep, REM/physiology  
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  Call Number refbase @ user @ Serial 101  
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Author Hillidge, C.J.; Lees, P. openurl 
  Title Cardiac output in the conscious and anaesthetised horse Type
  Year 1975 Publication Equine veterinary journal Abbreviated Journal Equine Vet J  
  Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 16-21  
  Keywords Anesthesia, Inhalation/*veterinary; Animals; Carbon Dioxide/blood; *Cardiac Output/veterinary; *Consciousness; Electrocardiography/veterinary; Ether, Ethyl; Female; Halothane; Heart Rate; Heart Ventricles/physiology; Horses/*physiology; Hydrogen-Ion Concentration; Male; Oxygen/blood; Posture  
  Abstract Cardiac output in the horse was measured before and at predetermined times during 2-hour periods of thiopentone-halothane and thiopentone-diethyl ether anaesthesia. Left ventricular stroke volume was decreased to a similar extent during anaesthesia with each volatile agent, but a greater reduction in cardiac output occurred during halothane anaesthesia. This finding reflected the differing effects of halothane and ether on heart rate, a slight bradycardia occurring with the former agent while ether produced a small degree of tachycardia. The latter effect was attributed to enhanced sympathoadrenal activity. Changes in cardiac output and stroke volume were considered in relation to other factors, including arterial blood pH and tensions of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Positive correlations between some of these variables and cardiac function were established. With both volatile agents the reductions in stroke volume and cardiac output were related to the duration of anaesthesia, being greatest during the early stages. Possible reasons for the tendency of stroke volume and cardiac output to return towards control levels are discussed.  
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  Call Number refbase @ user @ Serial 102  
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Author Lees, P.; Tavernor, W.D. openurl 
  Title Influence of halothane and catecholamines on heart rate and rhythm in the horse Type
  Year 1970 Publication British journal of pharmacology Abbreviated Journal Br J Pharmacol  
  Volume 39 Issue 1 Pages 149-159  
  Keywords Anesthesia, Inhalation; Animals; Arrhythmia/*chemically induced; Atropine/pharmacology; Catecholamines/*pharmacology; Consciousness; Epinephrine/administration & dosage; Ethers; Female; Halothane/*pharmacology; Heart Rate/*drug effects; Horses; Hypercapnia/physiopathology; Isoproterenol/pharmacology; Male; Norepinephrine/pharmacology; Propranolol/pharmacology  
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Author Tavernor, W.D.; Lees, P. openurl 
  Title A pharmacological investigation of the influence of suxamethonium on cardiac function in the horse Type
  Year 1968 Publication Experientia Abbreviated Journal Experientia  
  Volume 24 Issue 6 Pages 582-583  
  Keywords Animals; Arrhythmia/chemically induced; Consciousness; Halothane; Heart/innervation; Heart Rate/*drug effects; Horses/*physiology; Oxygen; Propranolol/pharmacology; Receptors, Sensory/drug effects; Stimulation, Chemical; Succinylcholine/antagonists & inhibitors/*pharmacology; Sympathetic Nervous System/physiology; Tachycardia/chemically induced; Thiopental  
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Author Alexander, F. openurl 
  Title Effect of phenylbutazone on electrolyte metabolism in ponies Type
  Year 1982 Publication The Veterinary record Abbreviated Journal Vet. Rec.  
  Volume 110 Issue 12 Pages 271-272  
  Keywords Animals; Chlorides/metabolism; Electrolytes/*metabolism; Horses/*metabolism; Male; Phenylbutazone/*pharmacology; Sodium/metabolism  
  Abstract Phenylbutazone administered in therapeutic doses to ponies decreased urinary sodium and chloride excretion. The volume and osmolality of the urine was unaffected as was potassium excretion. Faecal excretion of chloride decreased and that of potassium increased, while faecal sodium excretion was unaffected. Plasma pH, bicarbonate and total carbon dioxide decreased after phenylbutazone administration. Packed cell volume, plasma sodium, potassium, carbon dioxide tension and chloride were unchanged.  
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  Call Number refbase @ user @ Serial 109  
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Author Alexander, F. openurl 
  Title The effect of some anti-diarrhoeal drugs on intestinal transit and faecal excretion of water and electrolytes in the horse Type
  Year 1978 Publication Equine veterinary journal Abbreviated Journal Equine Vet J  
  Volume 10 Issue 4 Pages 229-234  
  Keywords Animals; Antidiarrheals/*pharmacology; Atropine/pharmacology; Electrolytes/*analysis/urine; Feces/*analysis; Gastrointestinal Motility/*drug effects; Horses/*metabolism/physiology; Loperamide/pharmacology; Male; Meperidine/pharmacology; Morphine/pharmacology; Opium/pharmacology; Water/*analysis  
  Abstract The effect of morphine, Tinct. opii, loperamide, pethidine and atropine on intestinal transit and the faecal and urinary excretion of water and electrolytes was studied in ponies. The rate of passage of a particulate marker was slowed by morphine, hastened then slowed by loperamide and Tinct. opii, and hastened by atropine. The liquid marker was slowed by Tinct. opii and hastened then slowed by the other drugs. Only loperamide decreased the faecal sodium excretion. This drug also decreased faecal water and weight; it appeared worthy of clinical trial in diarrhoea. Tinct. opii decreased by morphine, pethidine and atropine increased faecal water.  
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Author Alexander, F. openurl 
  Title The effect of diuretics on the faecal excretion of water and electrolytes in horses Type
  Year 1977 Publication British journal of pharmacology Abbreviated Journal Br J Pharmacol  
  Volume 60 Issue 4 Pages 589-593  
  Keywords Animals; Body Water/*metabolism; Chlorides/metabolism; Electrolytes/*metabolism; Feces/*analysis; Furosemide/*pharmacology; Horses; Hydrochlorothiazide/*pharmacology; Male; Potassium/metabolism; Sodium/metabolism; Time Factors  
  Abstract 1. The effect on plasma, urinary and faecal electrolytes of frusemide and hydrochlorthiazide was measured in ponies, mean weight 180 kg. 2. The rapid loss in urine of large quantities of sodium had only a small effect on plasma sodium concentration. 3. Faecal sodium excretion was increased substantially after the administration of frusemide. 4. Frusemide increased faecal potassium during the 48 h following administration and faecal water in the 24/48 h period. It also produced a hypopotassaemia. 5. Hydrochlorthiazide increased faecal chloride during the 24 h after administration. 6. Frusemide increased the intestinal transit time of both liquid (polyethylene glycol) and particulate (Cr2O3) markers.  
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  Notes PMID:907872 Approved  
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Author Alexander, F.; Collett, R.A. openurl 
  Title Proceedings: Some observations on the pharmacokinetics of trimethoprim in the horse Type
  Year 1974 Publication British journal of pharmacology Abbreviated Journal Br J Pharmacol  
  Volume 52 Issue 1 Pages 142p  
  Keywords Animals; Half-Life; Horses/*metabolism; Kinetics; Trimethoprim/*metabolism  
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Author Alexander, F.; Collett, R.A. openurl 
  Title Pethidine in the horse Type
  Year 1974 Publication Research in veterinary science Abbreviated Journal Res Vet Sci  
  Volume 17 Issue 1 Pages 136-137  
  Keywords Animals; Half-Life; Horses/*metabolism; Injections, Intravenous/veterinary; Male; Meperidine/administration & dosage/analysis/*metabolism/pharmacology  
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Author Alexander, F.; Davies, M.E.; Muir, A.R. openurl 
  Title Bacteriophage-like particles in the large intestine of the horse Type
  Year 1970 Publication Research in veterinary science Abbreviated Journal Res Vet Sci  
  Volume 11 Issue 6 Pages 592-593  
  Keywords Animals; Bacteriophages/*isolation & purification; Cecum/microbiology; Colon/microbiology  
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  Call Number refbase @ user @ Serial 114  
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