Systemic naloxone increases the incidence of motion sickness in the cat

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  • Daunton N
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Subcutaneous injections of naloxone in a total dose of 0.4 mg or greater one hour before a swing stimulus increased the frequency of motion sickness symptoms and shortened the latency to retching and vomiting. © 1983.

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  • Emesis
  • Motion sickness
  • Naloxone

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  • George H. Crampton

  • Nancy G. Daunton

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