• etorphine
  • The intravenous administration of butorphanol (at 3.3 mg per mg etorphine) plus diprenorphine (at 0.4 mg per mg etorphine) did not offer any advantage over butorphanol (at 15 mg per mg etorphine) alone with regard to improving P a O 2 , P a CO 2 and respiratory rates in etorphine-immobilised white rhinoceroses. (scielo.org.za)
  • Both butorphanol + diprenorphine + oxygen and butorphanol + oxygen, at the doses used, significantly improved the etorphine-induced hypoxaemia in both boma- and field-immobilised white rhinoceroses. (scielo.org.za)
  • 2007). Before 2001, nalorphine was readily available in South Africa and the combination of nalorphine with diprenorphine for the partial antagonism of etorphine in white rhinoceroses was a protocol used in the Kruger National Park (Markus Hofmeyr, pers. (scielo.org.za)
  • The anaesthesia was reversed using Diprenorphine at 3 times the Etorphine dose and the elephant stood up, though with difficulty, and walked away slowly. (sheldrickwildlifetrust.org)
  • cerebral
  • We found that the vasopressin response to hypovolemia was inhibited by injection of diprenorphine into the cerebral ventricles at a dose too low to be effective when given subcutaneously. (ovid.com)