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1. Introduction. 2. Defining stress in aquatic animals. 3. Pain in aquatic animals. . 4. The nature of anaesthesia, sedation and analgesia. . 5. The features of anaesthetic agents and their legal use. . 6. Anaesthesia and Legislation. . 7. Factors affecting the response of aquatic ectotherms to anaesthesia. . 8. Anaesthesia of fish. I. Inhalation anaesthesia. . 9. Anaesthesia of fish. II. Inhalation anaesthesia using gases. . 10. Anaesthesia of fish. III. Parenteral and oral anaesthesia. . 11. Anaesthesia of fish. IV. Non chemical methods. . 12. Anaesthesia of Aquatic Invertebrates. . 13. Anaesthesia of Amphibians and Reptiles. 14. Transportation and anaesthesia. 15. Concluding remarks
Professor Lindsay G. Ross is Professor of Aquatic Physiology at the Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, Scotland, UK Dr Barbara Ross is Depute Headteacher, Braehead Primary, Stirling, Scotland, UK Bryony Ross is based at the Institute of Occupational Medicine, Riccarton, Edinburgh, UK
"The authors have written a useful, compact handbook on the anaesthesia and sedation of aquatic animals." Aquaculture International