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Bloqueo anestésico de los nervios intercostales T6-T11 en un canino sometido a escisión quirúrgica de masa tumoral ubicada en pared abdominal cráneo-v

Descripción: Caso clínico bloqueo anestésico bilateral de los nervios intercostales T6-T11 para excisión de tumor maligno localizado en la pared del abdomen cráneo-ventral

TITULO FUENTE ORIGINAL:

Anesthetic block of the T6-T11 intercostal nerves in a canine underwent a surgical excision of a tumor mass located in the cranio-ventral abdominal wall

AUTORES:

Diego Alejandro Ospina-Argüelles, Edwin Fernando Buriticá-Gaviria, Diego Fernando Echeverry-Bonilla

REVISTA ABREV.:

Veterinaria y zootecnia

AÑO:

2017

REFERENCIA:

11(1)

DOI:

10.17151/vetzo.2017.11.1.7

RESUMEN ORIGINAL:

The anesthetic management of an 8-year-old Golden Retriever female canine submitted to surgical excision of a malignant tumor located in the wall of the cranio-ventral abdomen was exposed; for which the T6-T11 bilateral intercostal nerves anesthetic block was performed using anatomical surface marks as neurolocalization technique, and using bupivacaine (0.5%) as local anesthetic. This as part... + Leer más

The anesthetic management of an 8-year-old Golden Retriever female canine submitted to surgical excision of a malignant tumor located in the wall of the cranio-ventral abdomen was exposed; for which the T6-T11 bilateral intercostal nerves anesthetic block was performed using anatomical surface marks as neurolocalization technique, and using bupivacaine (0.5%) as local anesthetic. This as part of a multimodal anesthetic protocol that also included acepromazine, meloxicam, tramadol, propofol and isoflurane in 100% O2. The values of arterial pressure and heart rate were evaluated intraoperatively; postoperative pain was evaluated applying the composite Glasgow pain scale. Intraoperative evaluated cardiorespiratory variables remained stable throughout the surgical procedure. Postoperative pain assessment showed adequate analgesic coverage. The intercostal block used in this patient as part of a multimodal anesthesia protocol allowed to minimize the consumption of isoflurane, and avoided the use of rescue analgesia in the intraoperative period, and the need to administer supplemental anesthesia in the postoperative period. The blockade of the intercostal nerves T6-T11 by means of the surface anatomical marks technique, added to the multimodal protocol used, allowed to obtain effective analgesic coverage, economical and safe in the evaluated patient. This technique could be considered as an alternative to the epidural block traditionally performed in surgical procedures involving the abdominal wall

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