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Injectable anesthetics were the most commonly used anesthetics in procedures on both mice (55%) and rats (48%), followed by inhalant agents (mice, 36%; rats, 38%) (Fig.
JHP will be responsible for manufacturing and supply of an injectable anesthetic agent.
Finally, there was the challenge of a plant outage at one of its contract manufacturing facilities that left the dental instrument maker without injectable anesthetic product for three months.
Common injectable anesthetic agents used to immobilize mesopredators in the field include ketamine (often combined with xylazine, acepromazine or medetomidine), telazol, fentanyl-droperidol and phencyclidine and pentobarbital sodium (Kreeger, 2007; reviewed by Kocer, 2004).