Yıl 2018, Cilt: 11 Sayı : 4 Sayfalar 463 - 467 2018-12-15
Use of Vitamin C for Premedication Prior to Medetomidine–Ketamine Anesthesia in New Zealand White Rabbits
Yeni Zelanda Beyaz Tavşanlarında Medetomidin – Ketamin Anestezisi Öncesi Preanestezik Olarak Vitamin C Kullanılması
Rahime YAYGINGÜL,Zeynep BOZKAN,Osman BULUT,Ali BELGE
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Rahime YAYGINGÜL
Zeynep BOZKAN
Osman BULUT
Ali BELGE