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Pelvic limb anesthesia and analgesia in dogs undergoing tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO): A survey of board-certified anesthesiologists
Diplomates of ACVAA and ECVAA prefer PNB as the locoregional method of pelvic limb anesthesia in dogs undergoing TPLO.
The influence of the choice of preemptive analgesia on long-term postsurgical pain after TPLO in dogs
Additional studies are required to evaluate CPSP development after TPLO.
Client perceptions of the value of veterinary anesthesiologist involvement with anesthesia and pain management, benefits of a preanesthetic consultation, and quality of care for dogs undergoing elective orthopedic surgery
Participating in a PAC was associated with more positive perceptions of anesthesiologists.
Proximal RUMM block in dogs: preliminary results of cadaveric and clinical studies
The US-guided proximal RUMM block performed at the axillary level minimized fentanyl requirement during thoracic limb surgery.
Evaluation and comparison of postoperative analgesic effects of dexketoprofen and methadone in dogs
Dexketoprofen administered every 8 hours during the first 24 hours postoperatively is noninferior to methadone in controlling pain after orthopaedic surgery in dogs.
Changes in D-dimer concentration after soft tissue and orthopedic surgery in dogs
Any increase in D-dimer concentration after elective neutering, elective orthopedic, and posttraumatic orthopedic surgical procedures should be regarded as clinically important.
Clinical comparison of the effects of isoflurane or propofol anaesthesia on mean arterial blood pressure and ventilation in dogs undergoing orthopaedic surgery receiving epidural anaesthesia.
In combination with epidural anaesthesia, propofol TIVA improved MAP and is a suitable alternative to isoflurane in orthopaedic surgery of the hind limb in healthy dogs.
Analgesic efficacy of an oral transmucosal spray formulation of meloxicam alone or in combination with tramadol in cats with naturally occurring osteoarthritis
Meloxicam OTMS had similar effects on peak vertical force, motor activity and pain sensitization as previously reported for oral meloxicam in OA cats
Pulse pressure variation as a guide for volume expansion in dogs undergoing orthopedic surgery
In mechanically ventilated, healthy, isoflurane-anesthetized dogs, PPV predicted fluid responsiveness to volume expansion
Evaluation of interobserver agreement for postoperative pain and sedation assessment in cats
Interobserver differences in assessing pain can lead to different conclusions regarding treatment effectiveness
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