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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