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Practice See page 41 ECG of the Month See page 45 Animal Behavior Case of the Month See page 49 Pathology in Practice See page 53 Lidocaine-bupivacaine–infused absorbable gelatin hemostatic sponges versus

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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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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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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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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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methods, results of those that have been published support more widespread adoption of alternative teaching methods in biomedical education. S EE PAGE 37 ORIGINAL STUDY Use of epidural bupivacaine-opioid combinations in dogs undergoing

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condition was heritable. Segregation analysis predicted that there was a major gene effect with a recessive pattern of inheritance. Buprenorphine alone or with bupivacaine in cats undergoing onychectomy 65 Use of systemic analgesia in combination with

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indicated that interobserver variability can affect postoperative pain scores. In the study, cats were treated with bupivacaine, meloxicam, or saline (0.9% NaCl) solution, and 2 observers—one experienced and the other inexperienced—assigned scores for

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improved during a 6-week follow-up period as they reduced their own activity. See page 1026 Continuous peripheral neural blockade to alleviate signs of severe forelimb pain in horses Continuous peripheral neural blockade with bupivacaine may be

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treatment resulted in good outcomes. See page 982 Transient unilateral vision loss in a dog following inadvertent intravitreal injection of bupivacaine A 4-year-old Chihuahua was evaluated because of unilateral vision loss following extraoral

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