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Electrical Stimulation, Immobilisation and Pain, Macfarlane, 1981

 

Observations on the Aversion of Sheep to Electro-immobilisation and Physical Restraint,

Rushen, 1986

 

The Use of Chronically-catheterised Sheep on Anaesthesia Research, Mather, Runciman,

Kuchel

 

Effect of Electro-immobilisation on Cardiovascular Stability, etc., Kuchel, Mather, Runciman

 

Effect of Electro-immobilisation on Ovine Plasma Concentrations, etc., Jephcott

 

Endogenous Opiates, Endorphins, etc., Kitchell, 1980

 

The Lister Electro-immobiliser, Rex

 

Stress Physiology/Electro-immobilisation/Hormones, Kuchel

 

Background Information on Stockstill, etc., Carter, 1995

 

Submission to the Senate Animal Welfare Committee, NSW Farmers Federation, 1993

 

Electro-immobilisation of Food Animals, Thornsberry, 1980

 

Adrenal Response of Sheep to Electro-immobilisation, Seamark, 1978

 

An Analgesic Holding Method Giving Speed and Security, L’Action Veterinaire, 1983

 

Physiological and Biochemical Consequences of Electro-immobilisation in Conscious

Sheep, Kuchel, Mather, Runciman, Carapetis, 1988

 

Some Effects of Short-duration Electric Current Pulses on Human Subjects, Baxter, 1981

 

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Effects of Cattle Immobiliser, Hagen, 1979

 

Evidence for Analgesia Induced by Electro-immobilisation in Cattle, Kuchel

 

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