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Anestesia locorregional en perros y gatos 2: Técnicas (revisión de acceso libre)

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Descripción: Segunda 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: Descriptions of specific local and regional techniques (Part 2)

AUTORES:

Grubb T, Lobprise H

REVISTA ABREV.:

Vet Med Sci

AÑO:

2020

REFERENCIA:

6(2):218-234

DOI:

10.1002/vms3.218

RESUMEN ORIGINAL:

Pain management in veterinary patients is a crucial component of appropriate patient care. Local anaesthetic drugs used in local and regional blockade can completely block the transmission of nociceptive impulses, decreasing both intra-operative nociception and postoperative pain, while decreasing the potential incidence of adverse effects that can be associated with systemic boluses of drugs.... + Leer más

Pain management in veterinary patients is a crucial component of appropriate patient care. Local anaesthetic drugs used in local and regional blockade can completely block the transmission of nociceptive impulses, decreasing both intra-operative nociception and postoperative pain, while decreasing the potential incidence of adverse effects that can be associated with systemic boluses of drugs. For efficacy and safety, this class of drugs is recommended as part of the analgesic protocol in the majority of surgical procedures and traumatic injuries. Numerous local and regional blocks are proven effective in dogs and cats, thus providing the clinician with ample opportunity to include these blocks in practice. This manuscript, Part 2 of a two-part instalment, focuses on brief descriptions of select commonly used local/regional anaesthesia techniques for dogs and cats that cover a multitude of painful surgeries/injuries and that can be implemented in any practice. In Part 1 of this topic, detailed information on local anaesthetic drugs commonly used in small animal practice was reviewed (Grubb & Lobprise, 2020).

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Enlace a la editorial: : https://doi.org/10.1002/vms3.218

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