REVISTA DESTACADA

Anestesia locorregional en perros y gatos 1: Conceptos y fármacos (revisión de acceso libre)

Valoración Valoración: 5 Estrellas

Descripción: Primera parte de una revisión de acceso libre a las técnicas de anestesia locorregional en pequeños animales

TITULO FUENTE ORIGINAL:

Local and regional anaesthesia in dogs and cats: Overview of concepts and drugs (Part 1)

AUTORES:

Grubb T, Lobprise H

REVISTA ABREV.:

Vet Med Sci

AÑO:

2020

REFERENCIA:

6(2):209-217

DOI:

10.1002/vms3.219

RESUMEN ORIGINAL:

Pain management in veterinary patients is a crucial component of appropriate patient care. Multimodal analgesia that includes both systemically and locally/regionally administered drugs is generally the most effective approach to providing pain relief. Local anaesthetic drugs used in local and regional blockade are unique in that they can completely block the transmission of pain (in conscious... + Leer más

Pain management in veterinary patients is a crucial component of appropriate patient care. Multimodal analgesia that includes both systemically and locally/regionally administered drugs is generally the most effective approach to providing pain relief. Local anaesthetic drugs used in local and regional blockade are unique in that they can completely block the transmission of pain (in conscious patients) or nociceptive (in anaesthetized patients) signals, thereby providing profound analgesia. In addition, local and regional administration of drugs, when compared with systemic bolus administration, generally results in a lower incidence of dose-related adverse effects. Due to the potential to provide profound analgesia and the high safety margin (when used correctly) of this drug class, local anaesthetics are recommended as part of the analgesic protocol in the majority of patients undergoing surgical procedures or suffering traumatic injuries. This manuscript, Part 1 of a two-part instalment, emphasizes the importance of using local and regional anaesthesia as a component of multimodal analgesia, provides a review of the basic pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics of local anaesthetic drugs in general, lists information on commonly used local anaesthetic drugs for local and regional blockade in dogs and cats, and briefly introduces the novel liposome-encapsulated bupivacaine (NOCITA®). Part 2 is a review of local and regional anaesthetic techniques used in dogs and cats (Grubb & Lobprise, 2020).

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Enlace a la editorial:: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1[...]

Enlace al pdf de acceso libre:: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1[...]