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1

Pimobenden

mitral induced, 3* AV block, HF
+ dilator
phosphodiesterase inhibitor

2

furosemide (lasix)

loop diuretic
HF

3

fentanyl

full mu opioid

4

Acepromazine

equalizer, not an anxiolytic

5

different classes of anti-arrythmic

1 - Na channel blocker
2 - beta blocker
3 - K channel blocker
4 - Ca channel blocker

6

Maxilitine
Lidocaine

oral antiarrythmic
class 1 antiarrythmic

7

Metachlopramide

prokinetic for upper GI (esophagus and stomach)

8

Clavamox

potentiated penicillin (amoxycillin with lactamase)

9

convenia

common for skin infections
3rd gen cephalosporin
(cephalisin = long acting)

10

Setolol

for ventricular arrhythmia

11

Liver function

failure -> CBAG
decreased:
cholesterol, BUN, Albumin, glucose

12

Which Post op analgesic lasts at least 12h?
A .1mg/kg morphine epidural
B 10ug/kg fentanyl IV
C .1 mg/kg hydro SC
D 4mg/kg lidocaine epi

A
morphine lasts 12-24.

13

treatment for ethylene glycol

4-MP, ethanol prevent alcohol dehydrogenase from creating toxic metabolites.
If animal is oliguric, most of the ethylene glycol has already by metabolized.
Activated charcoal only if within 2 h of ingestion

14

anethestic protocol that doesn't cause spleen to engorge

A: morphine
diazepam and ketamine
other options are xylazine, propofol


- Ace and thiopental do

15

appetite stimulants

cycloheptadine, diazepam, mirtazipine, oxazepam
- Entyce(capromorelin)

16

What to give for adverse reaction to apomorphine

naloxone

17

reversal for benzodiazapine

flumenazil

18

Antitussives

codeine
hydrocodone
butorphanol

19

Why should Enrofloxacin not be used in puppies?

causes cartilage abnormalities in growing puppies. Causes bubble like changes to articular cartilage in dogs 2-8 months old.