electronarcosis


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electronarcosis

[i¦lek·trō·när′kō·səs]
(medicine)
Profound stupor or unconsciousness produced by passing an electric current through the brain.
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Para el aturdimiento se utilizo el metodo de electronarcosis para la planta A y aturdido con pistola de proyectil retenido con fulminante en las plantas B y C.
For slaughter, the animals were subjected to electronarcosis and subsequently bled, scalded, and eviscerated.
After fasting for solids for 18 hours, animals were stunned by electronarcosis, 220 Volts for 8 seconds, followed by bleeding from jugular veins and carotid arteries, skinning and evisceration.
La legislacion colombiana autoriza la insensibilizacion de las aves con electronarcosis (8).
Immediately after stunning by electronarcosis, the animals were bled via jugular incision and subjected to scalding, eviscerated and divided into two half-carcasses.
Varios estudios han mostrado la necesidad de un aturdimiento encaminado a establecer inconsciencia en el animal y reducir la percepcion de dolor y angustia empleando aturdimiento con corriente o electronarcosis (10), perno cautivo penetrante e inhalacion de C[O.