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EFFECT OF PNEUMOPERITONEUM WITH CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) ON VARIOUS KINDS OF ANESTHESIA DURING LAPAROSCOPIC OPERATIONS IN DOGS
Wojciech Brzeski, Zbigniew Adamiak, Marek Nowicki, Marek Jałyński, Andrzej Depta, Renata Nieradka, Andrzej Rychlik, Marcin Nowicki
Pneumoperitoneum is indispensable in diagnostic laparoscopy and laparoscopic operations. The effect of pneumoperitoneum with carbon dioxide (CO2) on the course of two kinds of anesthesia before laparoscopy in dogs was studied.. Inhalation anesthesia with a mixture of oxygen and isofluran in a closed system was administered in group I, and infusion anesthesia with Thiopental in group II. Then pneumoperitoneum was produced, with constant intraperitoneal pressure of CO2 at a level of 12 mm Hg. All dogs were subjected to clinical, hematological and biochemical examinations. Positive results of the experiment indicate that pneumoperitoneum with CO2 may be used in both kinds of anesthesia.
Key words: pneumoperitoneum, anesthesia, laparoscopy, dog..