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locally. One of the main drawbacks of currently available local anesthetics is their duration of action, which generally is no longer than 8 to 12 hours. 6 However, a long-acting formulation of bupivacaine (liposomal encapsulated bupivacaine) has been

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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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possibility of unanticipated local anesthetic migration and effects can be assessed, we cannot recommend the use of longer-lasting local anesthetics such as bupivacaine. Acknowledgments No third-party funding or support was received in connection

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for perineal analgesia in horse . Vet Anesth 1998 ; 27 : 384 – 391 . 15. Singh V Amarpal Kinjavdekar P , et al Effect of bupivacaine on epidural analgesia produced by xylazine or medetomidine in buffaloes ( Bubalus bubalis ) . Vet Anaesth

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