EFFECT OF NEOSTIGMINE BROMIDE ON INTRAVAL SODIUM ANAESTHESIA IN DOGS
Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.1988. 19:39-42.
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Neostigmine bromide 0.02 mg/kg intramuscularly was given to dogs 30 minutes prior to Intraval sodium, 5 minutes prior to Intraval sodium and 5 minutes after the onset of Intraval sodium anaesthesia. In all the cases the period of anaesthesia was increased. But there was salivation, discharge from the nose and defecation.