Chemical_Restraint

Chemical_Restraint - Chemical Restraint The ideal restraint...

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Chemical Restraint The ideal restraint drug should have a high TI (therapeutic Index) * Lethal dose/effective dose The ideal restraint drug should be compatible with other useful drugs. Short induction period is desirable Should have an available agonistic Solution stability – no refrigeration, little mixing time Concentration should be high enough to be able to use small syringe. Delivery systems Oral Usually for pre-medication, most often put in food. Hand held syringe usually no time for aspiration, start plunging when the needle sticks into the skin. Stick syringe/pole syringe Projected syringes or darts Short range projector (pistol) modified pellet gun powered by CO2 Long range projector (rifle) Also powered by CO2 Extra long range (rifle) uses percussion caps Blow guns Factors to consider Species Size General health Age Sex Pregnancy Lactation Physical condition Emotional status
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Equipment failure Darts may break at hub Syringe may fail to explode May hit sideways instead of tip on
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