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: efficacy for major abdominal and orthopedic surgery . Pain 2009 ; 143 : 7 – 11 . 10.1016/j.pain.2009.02.020 5. Bamigboye AA Hofmeyr GJ . Local anaesthetic wound infiltration and abdominal nerves block during caesarean section for postoperative

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,11 The use of dexmedetomidine in anesthesia of pediatric patients has been reported; however, information regarding its use during pregnancy is scarce and limited to use during termination of pregnancy or caesarian sections. 12,13 To the authors

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on admission or within 2 hours after hospitalization were extracted from the medical records. Information for the mare included illness, premature labor, dystocia, induced parturition, and caesarian section. Data on the following variables were

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expressed in mammary glands of other species. 26-28 Moreover, normal concentrations of relaxin were found in milk of 2 bitches following ovariohysterectomy at the time of cesarean section, a procedure that eliminated the ovaries and uteri as sources of

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. Abdominal surgical procedures commonly performed in cattle include standing exploratory laparotomy, correction of abomasal displacements, cesarean section, and herniorrhaphy. Results of multiple studies 7–9 suggest that mitigation of pain and painful

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Committee–approved veterinary clinic for elective cesarean section. Donors were required to be current on immunizations for canine parvovirus, distemper, adenovirus I, parainfluenza, and rabies and to have negative test results for Borrelia burgdorferi

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to ameliorate pain in various operations, such as cesarean section, gastrectomy, enterectomy, and castration, on ruminants in China during the 1970s. 9,10 Findings of numerous studies 11–13 indicate that EA has a good analgesic effect and optimal

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,10 Electroacupuncture involves electrical stimulation administered via inserted needles. This procedure was first introduced in 1960 and was successfully used to relieve pain during various operations (ie, cesarean section, gastrectomy, enterectomy, and castration) in

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assisted vaginal delivery while anesthetized, 1 underwent fetotomy, and 4 underwent cesarean section. Additional information was not available for the remaining 6 mares that had had dystocia. Other reported complications associated with the current

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cesarean sections were performed for 4 of these 5 animals because of deteriorating clinical condition. All lambs (4 pairs of twins) delivered by cesarean section died or were euthanized because of prematurity. Necropsy results were available for 10 of 12

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