Appendix 3 EUTHANASIA Michael J. Murray 303 Little is written about euthanasia of invertebrates. One might suggest that euthanasia regarding these animals is a non se-quitur, particularly in the more primitive groups (Porifera and Coelenterata), given the absence
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• Carbon dioxide (CO2) –Anesthetic for brief procedures –As a euthanasia agent –appropriate for quick procedures like tail snipping, ear marking and orbital bleeding –Very fast …
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of carbon dioxide as a euthanasia agent.2-6 These studies raise strong doubt that carbon dioxide is as hu-mane as has been widely assumed and question its suitability as a routine euthanasia agent for labora-tory rodents. In my opinion, reissuing the since its
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The Methods of Euthanasia SOP (PDF, 288k) describes the general use of carbon dioxide as a method; the Trapping of Pest s SOP (PDF, 227k) has further specific information on the method for use with s in traps, and it also provides advice on trapping.
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Raj, A. and Whittington, P. (1995). Euthanasia of day-old chicks with carbon dioxide and argon. The Veterinary Record. March 25 1995. Other useful references Hackbarth, H., Kuppers, N. and Bohnet, W. (2000). Euthanasia of rats with carbon dioxide--animal
Rice M, Baird C, Stikeleather L, et al. Carbon dioxide …
Delivery of CO 2 into the euthanasia chaer Carbon dioxide should be delivered to the chaer via a hose or flexible pipe, preferably 2.5 to 7.6 cm in diameter, inserted through the top cover and extending down to within 5.1 to 7.6 cm of the floor.
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Carbon Dioxide and the AVMA Guideline for the Euthanasia of Animals. Alternatively, if the mother is euthanized as described above, the uterus with the pups or the pups with the amniotic sac intact can be removed from the dam, however, it may
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Carbon dioxide (CO(2)) is the most commonly used euthanasia agent for rodents despite potentially causing pain and distress. Nitrous oxide is used in man to speed induction of anaesthesia with volatile anaesthetics, via a mechanism referred to as the "second gas" effect.
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One particular inhalant agent that has been the subject of considerable debate is carbon dioxide. The report from the 2006 Newcastle Consensus Meeting on Carbon Dioxide Euthanasia of Laboratory Animals provides a summary of points by experts on the 22
PACUC Guideline CO for of Rodents - Purdue University
Carbon dioxide for euthanasia: concerns regarding pain and distress, with special reference to mice and rats. Laboratory Animals 2005, 39: 137-161. 4. Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Rodent Feti and Neonates. NIH Animal Research Advisory Committee 5.
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Animals: euthanasia. Existing law prohibits a person from killing an animal by using carbon monoxide gas or intracardiac injection of a euthanasia agent on a conscious animal, except as specified. With respect to the killing of a dog or , existing law prohibits a person from using a high-altitude decompression chaer or nitrogen gas.
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The use of carbon dioxide for euthanasia, while very common, is controversial, leading to much debate over the most humane method of euthanasia 19, 20. It is now established that rats and mice find carbon dioxide aversive 21 and its use as a euthanasia agent is considered unacceptable by many 22 .
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Carbon dioxide has been used extensively in the past for mass euthanasia during disease eradiion. Carbon dioxide is heavier than atmospheric air and will sink to …
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euthanasia agent as adequate CO concentrations cannot be achieved (particularly with modern car engines) and exhaust contaminants such as hydrocarbons, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and nitric oxides cause severe irritation before death. Exhaust gases may also
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ously described.7 Carbon dioxide is denser than air, has been extensively studied as a pre-slaughter, controlled-atmosphere stun-ning agent in pigs,8 and is approved as an agent for euthanasia of swine by the AVMA9 and the AASV.10 Carbon dioxide inhalation
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a frequently used euthanasia agent for small laboratory animals due to its rapid onset of action, safety, and ready availability. The University of Pennsylvania Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
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Gas alternatives to carbon dioxide for euthanasia: A piglet perspective 27-Dec-2012 The use of nitrous oxide as an anesthetic/euthanasia agent may prove to be affordable, feasible and more humane than other alternatives.
AVMA Guidelines on Euthanasia
for humane euthanasia guidelines in this context is great. Collection of animals for scientific investiga tions, euthanasia of injured or diseased wildlife species, removal of animals causing damage to property or threatening human safety, andattention.
Newcastle Consensus Meeting on Carbon Dioxide Euthanasia of …
9 August 2006 Newcastle Consensus Meeting on Carbon Dioxide Euthanasia of Laboratory Animals 27 and 28 February 2006 University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK Hawkins P, Playle L, Golledge H, Leach M, Banzett R, Coenen A, Cooper J, Danneman P
Methods for the euthanasia of dogs and s- …
Methods for the euthanasia of dogs and s- English.pdf - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. Uploaded from Google Docs signs of animal distress. Following the instruction, operators should understand the mechanism by which
Is xenon a suitable euthanasia agent for mice?
gas euthanasia (Gent et al. 2018). Based on these qualities, it is a strong candidate to offer improved animal welfare con-ditions as a euthanasia agent and the need to assess its suit-ability as such has been identiﬁed (Hawkins et al. 2016). Therefore, we sought
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CO 2 (Carbon Dioxide Gas) - Special Considerations for the use of CO 2 as a euthanasia agent: The following additional guidelines must be followed when using CO 2: CO 2 must be delivered from compressed gas canister only.
Nitrogen gas produces less behavioural and …
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the most commonly used gas euthanasia agents in mice, despite reports of aversion and nociception. Inert gases such as nitrogen (N2) may be a viable alternative to carbon dioxide. Here we compared behavioural and
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most commonly used euthanasia agent for rodents despite potentially causing pain and distress. Nitrous oxide is used in man to speed induction of anaesthesia with volatile anaesthetics, via a mechanism referred to as the ‘‘second gas’ ’ effect.
Alternatives to carbon dioxide euthanasia for laboratory …
The humaneness of carbon dioxide as an agent of euthanasia for laboratory rodents. In: Euthanasia of Unwanted, Injured or Diseased Animals or for Eduional or Scientific Purposes, Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, UK, pp.19-31.