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was provided with lidocaine (2 to 3 mg/kg [0.91 to 1.36 mg/lb]) administered as a distal paravertebral nerve block in all cows. There was no postoperative analgesia administered. Data collection —A form including surgeon, farm, and animal

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of the size of the mass and the poor prognosis for return to function of the limb, amputation was elected. Prior to surgery, a paravertebral nerve block (at the level of C5 through C7) was performed with lidocaine (1.5 mg/kg [0.68 mg/lb]) and

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anesthetic procedures such as thoracic paravertebral and psoas compartmental blocks, and omit discussion of more commonly used and clinically applicable anesthetic procedures such as distal limb (ring), auriculotemporal, and great auricular nerve blocks

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that was slaughtered at the request of the owner, the diagnosis was confirmed at postmortem examination. After proximal paravertebral anesthesia, an incision, approximately 25 cm long, was made parallel and 5 cm caudal to the last rib, starting

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implantation of tissue chambers The paralumbar fossa was clipped and cleaned, and the region was anesthetized with a proximal paravertebral nerve block by injection of 2% lidocaine solution. The skin was aseptically prepared for surgery with iodinated scrub

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association with an inverted L-block), paravertebral injection (distal and proximal), segmental subarachnoid injection, 5 and high caudal epidural anesthesia. 6 All these techniques can lead to incomplete anesthesia in the surgical area or can require a

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– 73 . 10.1016/j.jvc.2005.08.001 8. Piccioni F Langer M Fumagalli L , et al. Thoracoscopic para-vertebral anaesthesia for awake video assisted thoracoscopic surgery daily . Anaesthesia 2010 ; 65 : 1221 – 1224 . 10.1111/j.1365

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group consisted of 4 males and 3 females with a mean ± SD age of 3.1 ± 1.9 years and weight of 23.7 ± 4.3 kg. Specimen preparation for mechanical testing In preparation for mechanical testing, specimens were thawed and the paravertebral

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defects or masses, skin flaps, broken ribs, rib resections, etc. Proposed as a simpler approach to thoracic paravertebral blocks or even epidural anesthesia. Two different infiltrations have been described: the deep infiltration was first described by

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administered as a distal paravertebral block in combination with a reverse-L block caudal to the 13th rib. The abdominal cavity was explored, and the abomasum was identified. Prior to repositioning of the abomasum, D-xylose was injected into the abomasal

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