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Title: Ability of bronchodilators to prevent bovine experimental respiratory distress
Authors: Genicot, B.
LAMBERT, Philippe
Votion, D.
Close, R.
Lekeux, P.
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: Veterinary research, 26(4). p. 276-283
Abstract: This cross-over trial involving 6 Blue Belgian double-muscled calves aimed to investigate whether ipratropium bromide inhaled alone or in combination with clenbuterol hydrochloride could prevent the dramatic clinical and pulmonary disturbances that are observed during an experimentally induced bronchoconstriction. Inhaled bronchodilators significantly influenced the clinical and functional responses of bovines subjected to a 5-hydroxytryptamine perfusion. However, despite a mean (standard error) wash-out period of 11.2 (3.1) and 7.5 (0.9) d after the 1 st and the 2nd one-day challenges, respectively, first-order carry-over effects (ie those remaining from the previous treatment), effects of the period during which the treatment was allocated and interaction effects did not allow a definitive interpretation of overall treatment differences.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/4486
Link to publication: http://vetres-archive.tours.inra.fr/pages/article.php?id=1701
Type: Journal Contribution
Appears in Collections: Research publications

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