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Respiratory Depressant Effect of Pentobarbitone in Rabbits

Respiratory Depressant Effect of Pentobarbitone in Rabbits

Respiratory Depression is a reduction in the rate of respiration. It may be induced by some medicines. Pentobarbitone is a short to intermediate acting barbiturate used as a hypnotic and sedative. Barbiturates are non-selective CNS depressants that produce effects ranging from sedation and reduction of anxiety to unconsciousness and death from respiratory depression and cardiovascular failure....

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