2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-736x2013001300002
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Abstract: Pesq. Vet. Bras. 33(Supl.1):8-14, dezembro 2013 8 RESUMO.-[Avaliação do eletrocardiograma em cutias (Dasyprocta primnolopha, Wagler 1831) não-anestesiadas clinicamente saudáveis.] A cutia é uma das espé-cies mais intensamente caçados em toda a Amazônia e as regiões semi-áridas do nordeste do Brasil. Considerando--se a tendência atual no manejo de animais silvestres em cativeiro, o objetivo deste estudo foi determinar os valores de referência para o coração cutia criadas em cativeiro, com base em avaliaçõe… Show more

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“…Nevertheless, the P wave amplitude was similar to that found in non-anesthetized ferrets, Brazilian agouti and chemical restrained cheetahs (Schumacher et al 2003, Dudás-Györki et al 2011, Diniz et al 2013). This wave duration and amplitude represent the atrial conduction (Tilley & Goodwin 2002) and the length increase observed in these animals and other mammal species under chemical restraint, it may be due to ketamine administration.…”
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“…Nevertheless, the P wave amplitude was similar to that found in non-anesthetized ferrets, Brazilian agouti and chemical restrained cheetahs (Schumacher et al 2003, Dudás-Györki et al 2011, Diniz et al 2013). This wave duration and amplitude represent the atrial conduction (Tilley & Goodwin 2002) and the length increase observed in these animals and other mammal species under chemical restraint, it may be due to ketamine administration.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 81%
“…The P wave duration, PR, and QT intervals in pacas under chemical restraint were similar to that reported for capybaras (Szabuniewicz et al 1978) and other wild mammals using a similar restraint protocol (Schumacher et al 2003, Estrada et al 2009, Oda et al 2009), but were slightly larger than in Brazilian agouti, rabbits, ferrets and dogs under physical restraint (Szabuniew et al 1971, Tilley & Goodwin 2002, Dudás Györki et al 2011, Diniz et al 2013). Nevertheless, the P wave amplitude was similar to that found in non-anesthetized ferrets, Brazilian agouti and chemical restrained cheetahs (Schumacher et al 2003, Dudás-Györki et al 2011, Diniz et al 2013).…”
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confidence: 78%
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