Flashcards in experimental techniques Deck (13)
locations for vascular access in marsupials
jugular, femoral, lateral coccygeal and cephalic veins
heart, lateral and ventral tail vein, pouch veins
locations for vascular access in shrews (Suncus)
lateral saphenous, cephalic, jugular, and femoral
locations for vascular access in Dasypus novemcinctus
superficial femoral vein, caudal tail vein between the second, third, and fourth bony tail segments
locations for vascular access in avian
cutaneous ulnaris vein
dorsal metatarsal vein
jugular vein (right jugular more easy to visualize)
locations for vascular access in reptiles
ventral coccygeal vein
ventral abdominal vein
jugular in turtles
locations for blood collection for Monodelphis?
repeatedly bled via cardiac puncture under anesthesia
blood collection method of choice for Japanese quail?
what are standard locations for IO access
medial tibia, humeral head, sternum
anatomical structure in hystrichomorph rodents that should be considered when performing oral gavage?
palatal ostium, communication between the oropharynx and pharynx on the dorsal midline of the soft palate. tube should be directed through this ostium to prevent damage to the adjacent velopharyngeal recess.
anatomical structure in swine that can interfere with gastric or endotracheal intubation?
the male of what species is known to ejaculate as a urinary catheter is passed?
which rodent species have distinct vaginal and urethral openings?