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Anesthesia & Pain Management

Boscan P, Rezende ML, Grimsrud K, Stanley SD, Mama KR, Steffey EP. Pharmacokinetic profile in relation to anesthesia characteristics after a 5% micellar microemulsion of propofol in the horse. British Journal of Anaesthesia; 104(3):330-7, 2010. View Abstract.
 
Boscan P, Steffey EP, Farver TB, Mama KR, Huang NJ, Harris SB. Comparison of a high (5%) and low (1%) concentrations of micellar microemulsion of propofol formulation with a standard (1%) emulsion in horses; American Journal of Veterinary Research; 67(9):1476-1483, 2006. View Abstract.
 
Bright JM, Martin J, Mama KR. A retrospective evaluation of transthoracic biphasic electrical cardioversion for management of atrial fibrillation in dogs. Journal of Veterinary Cardiology; 7:85-96, 2006. View Abstract.
 
Catbagan DL, Quimby JM, Mama KR, Rychel J, Mich PM. Comparison of the efficacy and side-effects of subcutaneously administered sustained release buprenorphine and oral transmucosal buprenorphine in cats post surgical ovariohysterectomy. American Journal of Veterinary Research; Vol 72, No. 4, April 2011.
 
DiMaio Knych HK, Steffey EP, Mama KR, Stanley SD. The Effects of High Plasma Fentanyl Concentrations on the Minimum Alveolar Concentrations of Isoflurane in Horses. American Journal Veterinary Research; 70(10):1193-1200, 2009. View Abstract.
 
Dowers KL, Uhrig SR, Mama KR, Gaynor JG, Hellyer PW. Effect of short-term sequential nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on the stomach and proximal portion of the duodenum in healthy dogs in healthy dogs. American Journal of Veterinary Research; 67(10):1794-1801, 2006. View Abstract.
 
Feary DJ, Mama KR, Thomasy SM, Wagner AE, Enns RM. Influence of gastrointestinal tract disease on pharmacokinetics of lidocaine after intravenous infusion in anesthetized horses; American Journal of Veterinary Research; 67(2):317-322, 2006. View Abstract.
 
Feary DJ, Mama KR, Wagner AE, Thomasy S. Influence of general anesthesia on the pharmacokinetics of intravenous lidocaine infusion in horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research; 66(4): 574-580, 2005. View Abstract.
 
Kreeger TJ, Mama KR, Huizenga M, Hansen C, Tate C. Bispectral Index Analysis of Opioid Immobilization of Rocky Mountain Elk. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine; 74:902-905, 2010.
 
Mama KR, Uhrig S, Miller DS, Harris L, Syndergaard M, Regnier M, Rhyan JC. Evaluation of two short-term anesthetic protocols in captive pronghorn (Antilocapra americana). Journal or Zoo and Wildlife Medicine; 40:803-805, 2009. View Abstract.
 
Mama KR, Wagner AE, Steffey EP, Kollias-Baker C, Hellyer PW, Golden AE, Brevard LF. Evaluation of xylazine and ketamine for total intravenous anesthesia in horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research; 66(6):1002-1007, 2005. View Abstract.
 
Mama KR, Whitley K, Snell T, Stanley SD. Plasma concentrations, behavioral and physiological effects following intravenous and intramuscular detomidine in horses. Equine Veterinary Journal; 41(8): 772-777, 2009. View Abstract.
 
Orton EC, Hackett TB, Mama KR, Boon J. Technique and outcomes of mitral valve replacement in dogs. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association; 226(9):1508-1511, 2005. View Abstract.
 
Rezende ML, Boscan P, Stanley SD, Mama KR, Steffey EP. Evaluation of cardiovascular, respiratory and biochemical effects, and anesthetic induction and recovery behavior in horses anesthetized with a 5% micellar microemulsion propofol formulation, Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia; 37(5):440-50, 2010. View Abstract.
 
Rezende MR, Wagner AE, Mama KR, Ferreira TH, Steffey EP. The effects of intravenous lidocaine administration on the minimum alveolar concentration of sevoflurane in horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research.
 
Scruggs SM, Mama KR, Bright JM, Zirofsky D. Accelerated idioventricular rhythm following propofol induction in a dog undergoing ocular surgery. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia; 37:385-386, 2010. View Abstract.
 
Spindel ME, MacPhail CM, Hackett TB, Egger EL, Palmer RH, Mama KR, Lee DE, Wilkerson N, Lappin MR. A Lifesaving Model: Teaching Advanced Procedures on Shelter Animals in a Tertiary Care Facility. Journal Veterinary Medical Education; 35(4):553-558, 2009. View Abstract.
 
Steffey EP, Brosnan RJ, Galuppo LD, Mama KR, Imai A, Maxwell LK, Cole C, Stanley SD. Use of desflurane, propofol-xylazine, and the Anderson Sling Suspension System for horses at high risk of recovery complications following inhalation anesthesia. Veterinary Surgery; 38: 927-933, 2009. View Abstract.
 
Steffey EP, Mama KR, Brosnan RJ, Imai A, Maxwell LK, Cole C, Stanley SD. Effect of administration of propofol and xylazine hydrochloride on recovery of horses after four hours of anesthesia with desflurane. American Journal Veterinary Research; 70: 956-963, 2009. View Abstract.
 
Thomasy SM, Mama KR, Stanley SD. Comparison of Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and Radioimmunoassay for Measurement of Fentanyl and Determination of Pharmacokinetics in Equine Plasma. Journal of Analytical Toxicology; 32:754-759, 2008. View Abstract.
 
Thomasy SM, Mama KR, Whitley K, Steffey EP, Stanley SD. Influence of general anesthesia on the pharmacokinetics of intravenous fentanyl and its primary metabolite in horses. Equine vet J; 39(1):54-58, 2007. View Abstract.
 
Thomasy SM, Steffey EP, Mama KR, Solano A, Stanley SD. The effects of intravenous fentanyl on the minimum alveolar concentration of isoflurane in horses. British Journal of Anaesthesia; 97(2):232-237, 2006. View Abstract.
 
Uhrig SR, Papich MG, KuKanich B, Mama KR, Wagner AE, Chapman PL, Hellyer PW. Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of morphine in llamas. American Journal of Veterinary Research; 68(1):25-34, 2007. View Abstract.
 
Wagner AE, Mama KR, Contino EK, Ferris DJ, Kawcak CE. Experiences with standing sedation in horses using xylazine, butorphanol, and subanesthetic doses of ketamine. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
 
Wagner AE, Mama KR, Steffey EP, Ferreira TH, Rezende MR. Comparison of cardiovascular effects of equianesthetic doses of sevoflurane alone and sevoflurane plus intravenous lidocaine in horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research; Accepted December 2009.
 
Wagner AE, Mama KR, Steffey EP, Hellyer PW. A comparison of equine recovery characteristics after isoflurane or isoflurane followed by xylazine-ketamine infusion. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia; 35:154-160, 2008. View Abstract.
 
Whitley K, Mama KR, Thomasy SM, Stanley SD. Pharmacokinetics of detomidine and its metabolites following intravenous and intramuscular administration in horses. Equine Veterinary Journal; 41(4):361-365, 2009. View Abstract.

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