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Old October 29th 06, 01:22 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Dane pup, 9 weeks old, 29 lbs. went in for his crop. He had a full blood
profile, heart check and physical pre-op, all results normal.

He went under and was on heart monitor. Cropping was done. No problems at
all. They removed him from the anesthesia machine (?) and placed him on
oxygen, and he stopped breathing. They tried to revive him for 20 minutes,
but failed. A necropsy is being conducted, but the results won't be back
for 2 weeks. There are others who've said that they've had similar stuff
happen, and the necropsy didn't show anything either.

Here is what was used on him:

Atropine Pre-Anesth 60-less
Valium injection
Torbugesic injectable
Telazole 0.01
Isoflurane Anesthesia 1/2 hour
Torbugesic injectable(again)


Old October 29th 06, 02:44 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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"Suja" wrote in message

Atropine Pre-Anesth 60-less
Valium injection
Torbugesic injectable
Telazole 0.01
Isoflurane Anesthesia 1/2 hour
Torbugesic injectable(again)

.......Ah geez. I don't really know Suja, but there's a new online book on
anesthesia at www.ivis.org you might check out.

....another resource (with a link to an online text):

.........this one also looks very good: http://www.vasg.org/

.......I have a hard time believing that a necropsy showed absolutely
nothing. Are Danes a problem to anesthetize? I wonder if these weren't
just some kind of mistake that's not apparent from looking at the written
facts. Or that there was a physiological defect not apparent at the time of

..Did you post in alt.med.veterinary? The vets might have some idea of what
can go unexpectedly wrong.

take out the dog before replying


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