At postnatal day 160, animals were fasted overnight and killed by decapitation following anaesthesia with sodium pentobarbitone
(60 mg/kg, IP).
Rats were anesthetized with pentobarbitone
sodium (60 mg/kg dose i.p.) and a 23-gauge cannula was stereotaxically inserted into the piriform cortex 2 mm dorsal to the middle cerebral artery (0.2 mm anterior, -5.2 mm lateral, and -5.9 mm ventral) as previously described [4,15,16].
At the end of four weeks, the rats were anaesthetized by administering single intraperitoneal injection of sodium pentobarbitone
(50 mg/100 g body weight)9.
(11) After 10 days of treatment, rats were anaesthetised with sodium pentobarbitone
(60 mg/kg, intraperitoneal) and received heparin (200 IU intravenously (IV)).
The introduction of oral barbiturates, such as pentobarbitone
(Nembutal) and quinalbarbitone (Seconal), continued this trend in the 1930s.
2003); however, most of them are chemical products such as magnesium sulfate, 2-phenoxyethanol, pentobarbitone
, and benzocaine.
A sterilized cotton pellet weighing 10 +- 0.5mg , 30mg  or 50mg  is implanted subcutaneously in rats anaesthetized by intraperitoneal injection of sodium pentobarbitone
(30 mg/kg body wt) .
The female sandflies were fed on blood using Syrian golden hamsters anaesthetized with sodium pentobarbitone
Anaesthesia was induced by sodium pentobarbitone
(Nembutal[R], CAVE, France) at a dose of 60 mg/ kg (ip).
An alcoholic extract of CP was found to cause an antagonist effect against amphetamines and tremorine, a potentiation of the acetylcholine effect of pentobarbitone
induced hypnosis and morphine analgesia, without having own sedative properties.
The drugs, a powerful barbiturate called Pentobarbitone
Sodium, are used by vets and RSPCA staff to put animals to sleep and doctors warned could be lethal if taken by people.
Four rabbits, 2 with each implant type, were humanely euthanased at 1, 3 and 6 months after surgery with intravenous pentobarbitone
(Euthanase[R], Centaur Laboratories, Isando, South Africa).