Ако го разредиш вече няма да е 20%. Директно 20% етанол венозно.
Ето извадка от една статия. Дори и 30% етанол може.
Ethanol: Ethanol has a high affinity for alcohol dehydrogenase, so it competes with EG and slows the metabolism of EG.2 Ethanol enhances many of the alcohol-related clinical signs associated with EG toxicosis; however, including nausea, vomiting, CNS depression, and metabolic acidosis. Because of its short half–life, ethanol must be administered intravenously q 4 hrs or as a constant intravenous infusion (CRI). Administration necessitates intensive patient care and monitoring. Several different protocols for administration of ethanol have been described:
1) Ethanol 7% solution with 5% dextrose in 0.9% NaCl:10 Administer 8.6 mL/kg slowly IV followed by a CRI of 1.43 mL/kg/hr IV for at least 36 hrs. Administration for 48 hrs is probably better. Achieve a serum ethanol level of 100 mg/dL and/or a lethargic/comatose state. Continue therapy for about 48 hrs or until an EG test is negative.
2) Ethanol 20% solution:2 Administer 5 mL per cat IV slowly q 6 hrs for 5 treatments, then q 8 hrs for 4 treatments.
3) Ethanol 30% solution:2 Administer 1.3 mL/kg IV as a bolus, followed by a CRI of 0.42 mL/kg/hr IV for 48 hrs.
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