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Volume 77, No. 7 July 2016 www.avma.org ANESTHESIA - ANALGESIA The effects of lidocaine or a lidocaine-bupivacaine mixture administered into the infraorbital canal in dogs Peter J. Pascoe et al 682 Local anesthesia, as performed in

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149 (97.9%) ears, polydioxanone (PDS) in 40 of 149 (26.8%) ears, and nylon in 103 of 149 (69.1%) ears. Intralesional analgesia was administered at the time of surgery in 23 of 120 (19.2%) patients, including SC bupivacaine injection in 10 of 23 (43

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consisted of fentanyl (2 to 5 µcg/kg/h CRI) in all dogs and the addition of ketamine (2 to 10 µg/kg/min CRI) in 6 dogs. One dog received a bupivacaine liposome injection (5.3 mg/kg intramuscularly; Nocita) during incision closure. Six dogs were transitioned

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