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in deeper tissues. A 1 mg/kg of 0.25% bupivacaine (Bupivacaine HCl 0.5%; Myungmoon Pharm) diluted to 0.8 mL/kg 3 with normal saline was injected in an 8 cm straight line at the predicted incision line. For the TAP block, abdominal layers were

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regional anesthesia. Bupivacaine, a long-acting local anesthetic, when used to anesthetize the femoral and sciatic nerves in humans, provides a mean complete sensory blockade of 412 minutes. 4 In contrast, bupivacaine, when used to anesthetize the palmar

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study, 477 (99.8%) were functional. See page 387 Effects of bupivacaine infiltration of the incision site on postoperative pain and incisional healing in dogs undergoing ovariohysterectomy To determine whether infiltration of the incision

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professionals, and animal owners. Scientific Reports SMALL ANIMALS Preemptive epidural administration of morphine or morphine and bupivacaine in dogs undergoing elective surgery 1103 Although various protocols for postoperative analgesia in

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dysfunction in the 2 groups. See page 167 Retrobulbar injection of bupivacaine for postoperative analgesia following eye enucleation in dogs The eye, adnexa of the eye, and orbit are richly innervated, creating the potential for substantial

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to improve postoperative pain scores and reduce opioid administration and its related adverse effects. 9 However, multiple studies have shown that several of the most commonly used local anesthetics, such as bupivacaine, lidocaine, and ropivacaine

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ERAS protocols and locoregional anesthesia for individual surgical procedures; however, there is enough published literature and clinical information to make some informed recommendations. The use of long-acting local anesthetics such as bupivacaine or

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. After the hair was clipped and the left hemithorax was scrubbed, an ultrasound-guided deep serratus plane block (SPB) was performed with 0.4 mL/kg volume of 0.25% bupivacaine (2.5 mg/mL; maximum dose, 2 mg/kg). A 15- to 6-MHz linear ultrasound transducer

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of long-acting local anesthetics, such as bupivacaine or ropivacaine, would be ideal. However, potentially high serum concentrations of bupivacaine from absorption from the epidural space (dose dependent) may induce adverse effects such as CNS

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high ranking on the list of potential animal disease threats. See page 606 Intratesticular injection of bupivacaine and epidural administration of morphine in dogs undergoing castration Few studies have been reported recently regarding

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