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Title: Muscle tremors observed in white rhinoceroses immobilised with either etorphine–azaperone or etorphine–midazolam: An initial study
Author(s): Nasr, M.; Meyer, L.C.R.; Buss, P.; Fabregas, M.C.; Gleed, R.D.; Boesch, J.M.; Pohlin, F.
Year published: 2021
Journal: Journal of the South African Veterinary Association
Volume: 92 (a2142)
Pages: 1-3
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
White Rhino
Etorphine–azaperone is the most commonly used drug combination for chemical immobilisation of free-ranging white rhinoceroses, but causes several profound physiological disturbances, including muscle tremors. The addition of benzodiazepine sedatives, such as midazolam, has been proposed to redu...

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