Dr. Reza Seddighi is Diplomate of the "American College of Veterinary
Anesthesia and Analgesia" and Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at the
university of Tennessee- Veterinary Medical Center. As a faculty, he is involved in
research, clinical services, and teaching of veterinary students as well as residents in
veterinary anesthesiology. Dr. Seddighi’s research interests are focused on “Partial and
Total Intravenous Anesthesia” and “Study of the Potency of Inhalational and Injectable
Anesthetics”. He is currently active in several research projects as primary investigator
and in collaboration with several research centers such as “Department of Anesthesiology,
College of Medicine, University of Tennessee Medical Center- Knoxville” and the
“Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, University of Tennessee
Medical Center- Memphis”. Clinical activities of Dr. Seddighi primarily include
anesthesia clinical services, management of acute and chronic pain and acupuncture in
companion, equine and farm animals. 

Articles

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The anesthetic interaction of propofol and sevoflurane on the minimum alveolar concentration preventing motor movement (MACNM) in dogs. (with J Singsank-Coats, Barton W. Rohrbach, Sherry Cox, Christine M. Egger, and Thomas J. Doherty), Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research (2015)

The objective of this study was to determine the effects of propofol on the minimum...

 

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Pharmacokinetics of intravenous and subcutaneous cefovecin in alpacas (with S Cox and C Sommardahl), J Vet Pharmacol Ther (2014)

The purpose of this study was to determine the pharmacokinetics of cefovecin after intravenous and...

 

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Antinociceptive and selected physiological effects of morphine and xylazine on tiletamine-zolazepam anesthesia in llamas (with Sarah B. Elliot, Brian K. Whitlock, Christine M. Egger, and Thomas J. Doherty), Veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia (2014)

OBJECTIVE: Evaluate antinociception, anesthesia, and recovery in llamas given tiletamine-zolazepam (TZ) with either morphine, xylazine,...

 

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The interaction of nitrous oxide and fentanyl on the minimum alveolar concentration of sevoflurane blocking motor movement (MACNM) in dogs (with Thomas J. Doherty, Butch Kukanich, Christine M. Egger, Melissa A. Henn, Whitney M. Long, and Barton W. Rohrbach), Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research (2014)

The study objective was to determine the effects of 70% nitrous oxide (N2O) and fentanyl...

 

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SELECTED CLINICAL, BIOCHEMICAL, AND ELECTROLYTE ALTERATIONS IN ANESTHETIZED CAPTIVE TIGERS (PANTHERA TIGRIS) AND LIONS (PANTHERA LEO), J Zoo Wildl Med (2014)

A prospective study to assess changes in selected plasma biochemistry and electrolyte values, plasma insulin...