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acepromazine, acetylpromazine

one of the phenothiazine derivative psychotropic drugs, used in animals as a means of chemical restraint. Its principal value is in quietening and calming frightened and aggressive animals. The standard pharmaceutical preparation, acepromazine maleate, is used extensively in horses, cats and dogs, especially as a preanesthetic agent.
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Historically, Acepromazine, or "Ace," was the drug most commonly used.
A Vmax change in the pulmonary and aortic arteries from the control was determined, which was the values before the administration of acepromazine.
02 mg acepromazine maleate (The Butler Company, Columbus, Ohio) per kilogram of body mass.
Transport stress in Southern chamois (rupricapra pyrenaica) and its modulation by acepromazine.
A trainer in Ireland for a decade but now relocated to Staffordshire, Loughnane will not be able to make entries until December after a sample of the banned substance Acepromazine (ACP) was found in his horse Logans Lad following a stalls test at Wolverhampton on March 28.
Due to marked distress of the patient, Max II F241 was sedated with 1 mg acepromazine and 2 mg hydromorphone injections.
OAKS runner-up Meeznah has - as expected - been disqualified from the Epsom classic, having tested positive to a banned substance - a metabolite of acepromazine (ACP).
Yesterday's news of the discovery of a metabolite of acepromazine (ACP), a tranquilliser, in the post-race sample provided by the filly is a shattering blow for Newmarket trainer David Lanigan, whose stable star has performed with British Classic after failing a dope test was Aliysa, who was stripped of her 1989 Oaks win, a ruling that led the filly's owner, the Aga Khan, to boycott British racing for five years.
Anestesia of wistar rats (Rattus norvegicus) with allometrically scaled doses of ketamine, xylazine, acepromazine and atropine: preliminary report.
1 mg/kg acepromazine malate (Bayer, Seoul, South Korea).
The disciplinary panel of the British Horseracing Authority found that a urine sample taken from the filly, owned by Khalid Abdullah, contained a metabolite of acepromazine (ACP), which is a prohibited substance.