Abstract| Volume 46, ISSUE 6, P831.e17, November 2019

Use of intravenous lidocaine to treat dexmedetomidine-induced bradycardia in sedated and isoflurane-anesthetized dogs

      Introduction: Dexmedetomidine administration Results in increased vascular resistance index (SVRI), low heart rate (HR) and reduced cardiac index (CI). We investigated the use of IV lidocaine to counteract these effects.
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