Effectiveness of pre-peritoneal continuous wound infusion with lidocaine for pain control following ovariohysterectomy in dogs.

@article{Morgaz2014EffectivenessOP,
  title={Effectiveness of pre-peritoneal continuous wound infusion with lidocaine for pain control following ovariohysterectomy in dogs.},
  author={Ju{\'a}n Morgaz and Pilar Mu{\~n}oz-Rasc{\'o}n and Juan Manuel Serrano-Rodriguez and Roc{\'i}o Navarrete and Juan Manuel Dom{\'i}nguez and Jos{\'e} Andr{\'e}s Fern{\'a}ndez-Sarmiento and Rafael Jes{\'u}s G{\'o}mez-Villamandos and Juan Manuel Ayala Serrano and Mar{\'i}a del Mar Granados},
  journal={Veterinary journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={202 3},
  pages={
          522-6
        }
}
This study compared the post-operative analgesic efficacy of continuous lidocaine administration with that of intramuscular (IM) methadone in dogs undergoing ovariohysterectomy. Thirty-eight dogs were divided randomly into two groups. Following surgery, the lidocaine group (L) received a continuous lidocaine infusion (2 mg/kg/h) through a wound catheter inserted in the pre-peritoneal space; the control group (C) received methadone (0.2 mg/kg IM). A dynamic and interactive visual analogue scale… CONTINUE READING
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Effectiveness of pre-peritoneal continuous wound infusion with lidocaine for pain control following ovariohysterectomy in dogs

Juan Morgaz, Pilar Muñoz-Rascón, +6 authors María del Mar Granados
  • The Veterinary Journal
  • 2014