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Our pilot study was intended to assess the reliability of cardiac output measurements by ECOM. We used a total of 124 data points composed out of 372 correctly performed individual measurements. Descriptive statistical (Bland�CAltman) analysis was used to examine the reliability of this new method against a clinically accepted method. We did not perform a power analysis; however, we do not think that this is a major limitation in our study protocol. In conclusion, we have shown that the ECOM is not a clinically acceptable alternative to thermodilution for the measurement of cardiac output. However, ECOM has some promising characteristics, and we believe that future research should be directed at determination of the exact origin of the impedance signal, the precise position of the generated electrical field, logarithmic optimisation, the influence of cardiac valve disease and redesigning Ponatinib JQ1 datasheet the measuring equipment to encompass only the descending aorta, using, for example, an oesophageal probe. No external funding or competing interests declared. ""Objective? To evaluate the clinical and physiological effects of epidural injection of ketamine in camels. Study design? Randomized prospective study. Animals? Ten healthy immature male dromedary camels. Methods? Ketamine was administered epidurally at doses of 1 and 2?mg?kg?1 (five animals in each treatment). The drug was injected into the first intercoccygeal epidural space. Anti-nociception, sedation, ataxia, Rapamycin nmr and effect on cardiopulmonary, rectal temperature and some selected haematological parameters were recorded at different intervals before (baseline) and after the drug administration. Data were analyzed by anova or U Mann�CWhitney tests, as relevant and significance was taken as p?<?0.05. Results? Epidural ketamine at the 2?mg?kg?1 dose produced complete anti-nociception in the tail, anus and perineum, whilst the 1?mg?kg?1 dose produced complete anti-nociception only in the tail. Epidural ketamine resulted in mild to moderate sedation at the 1?mg?kg?1 dose and deep sedation at the 2?mg?kg?1 dose. Ataxia was observed in all test subjects and was severe, resulting in recumbency, in the 2?mg?kg?1 group. Respiratory rate and rectal temperature did not change significantly after injection of either treatment. Following epidural injection of 2?mg?kg?1 of ketamine, heart rate increased significantly from the pre-injection baseline of 55?��?2 to 76?��?4 (mean?��?SD) beats minute?1, but after the lower dose changes were not significant. The only significant changes in measured haematologic parameters were decreases in total erythrocyte count at 45?minutes and total leukocyte count from 45�C75?minutes, in the 2?mg?kg?1 group.</div>
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