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tiletamine

a dissociative anesthetic agent, most commonly used in combination with zolazepam which provides better muscle relaxation and reduces the incidence of convulsions and muscle tremors.
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Hogs were chemically immobilized with a Telazol and xylazine (Kreeger and Amemo, 2012) mix, at a dosage of approximately 1.
The Zoetis representative told me that while Telazol is not contraindicated to use as a pre-euthanasia sedative, it's not the drug's intended primary purpose; its primary purpose is as an anesthetic on difficult-to-manage animals for short procedures such as wound management, not for a pre-sedation before euthanasia.
Otters were immobilised with an intramuscular injection of 4-6 mg/kg Telazol using a syringe mounted on a jab stick.
Animals were anesthetized with dards containing Telazol in order to collect the fecal material; some monkeys defecated spontaneously and others by direct stimulation.
In July 2000, 38 macaques within the Sangeh monkey temple area and surrounding forest were darted opportunistically and sedated with 3 mg/kg of Telazol (tiletamine HC1/zolazepam HC1).
Immobilisation of polar bears (Ursus maritimus) with Telazol in the Canadian Arctic.
Use of Telazol to immobilize female northern sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) in Alaska.
Immobilization of polar bears (Ursus maritimus) with Telazol in the Canadian Arctic.
We anesthetized captured hog-nosed skunks with a 2:1:1 ratio of ketamine hydrochloride (10 mg/kg), xylaxine (5 mg/kg), and acepromazine (1 mg/kg; Doty and Dowler, 2006) or with 10 mg Telazol (Lariviere and Messier, 1996a).
I sedated captured bobcats with an intramuscular injection of 8 mg of Telazol (Tiletamine HCl and Zolazepam Hcl, Fort Dodge Animal Health, Fort Dodge, Iowa) per kg of body weight via blowtube (Pneu-Dart, Williamsport, Pennsylvania).
We anesthetized captured animals with an intramuscular injection of Telazol (5mg/kg) based on an initial estimation of the animal's weight (Gehrt et al.
In all cases animals were anesthetized with Telazol (Tilethamine hydrochloride and zolazepam hydrochloride) and blood was drawn from their femoral vein using a Vacutainer with EDTA as an anticoagulant.