Animal Euthanasia: Bibliography, January 1990-November 1997
Michael D. Kreger
DIANE Publishing, 1997 - Nature - 46 pages
Designed for use by veterinarians, shelter personnel, pet owners, researchers, agriculturists, and zoologists. Bibliographic citations on euthanatizing methods for a variety of animal species in different circumstances are listed. The citations include references from professional journals and books. Citations cover the publication years 1990 to November 1997.
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American Veterinary Association anesthesia anesthetics Animal euthanasia animal shelter animal welfare animal-welfare antibody argon AVMA barbiturates bath Baumans behaviour blood brain Canadian Veterinary Journal captive bolt captive bolt pistol carbon dioxide cats chicks cinchocaine clinic clove oil companion animal death decapitation Descriptors disease drugs effects emotion Equine euthanasia Equine Practice ethanol ethics euthanasia Abstract euthanasia agent euthanasia letter euthanasia methods Euthanasia of horses euthanasia technique euthanatized euthanized experimental feline Flecknell guidelines guineapigs halothane Includes references inhalant injection Laboratory Animal Science legislation lesions lidocaine liver livestock magnesium sulfate Met-DC method of euthanasia methoxyflurane mg/mL mixed breed dogs muscle NAL Call NALCallNo National Agricultural Library nitrogen owners pain pentobarbital pets plasma poultry Practicing Veterinarian prostacyclin purebred dogs rabbits Research rodents sheep significantly slaughter small animal practice sodium Special Reference Briefs species sperm stunning surgery tetracaine Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde tissue treatment unconsciousness V641 Euthanasia vascular Veterinaertidsskrift Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Record xylazine
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Page 23 - On the use of T61 for euthanasia of domestic and laboratory animals; an ethical evaluation.
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Page 9 - The effect of mouse euthanasia technique on subsequent lymphocyte proliferation and cell mediated lympholysis assays.
Page 6 - ... blind dogs. Chester, Z.; Clark, WT London : The Association. The Veterinary record : journal of the British Veterinary Association v. 123 (26/27): p. 668-671; 1988 Dec24. Includes references. Language: English Descriptors: Dogs; Blindness (animal); Eye diseases; Animal behavior; Surveys; Survival 130 NAL Call No: 41.8 AM3 Coping with euthanasia: A case study of shelter culture. Arluke, A.
Page 5 - A comparison of euthanasia methods in rats, using carbon dioxide in prefilled and fixed flow rate filled chambers. Hewett, TA; Kovacs, MS; Artwohl, JE; Bennett, BT Laboratory Animal Science v.43(6): p.579-582.
Page 10 - Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners...