Ketamine for Research/Veterinary

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a pair of clinical studies in dogs, one demonstrated a positive pain-modifying effect of CRI ketamine following forelimb amputation8 and another recorded improved feeding behavior postmastectomy.9 In the forelimb amputation study, the study group received a loading dose of ketamine followed by CRI ketamine for 18 hours postoperatively. The authors recorded significantly lower pain scores throughout the study period compared to the control group. Interestingly, the authors also found that the study group dogs were more active than the control group for up to 3 days after surgery. In the mastectomy study, the CRI ketamine was continued for only 6 hours postoperatively in the study group, but improved feeding behavior compared to the control group was observed for up to 20 hours in the postoperative period.

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