Local anesthesia for the eye and foot release_yzr7xt62pvh53h25qfoxfkyalq

by Meredyth L. Jones

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2020   p2019


The benefits of using local anesthetic techniques for medical and surgical procedures in ruminants are many, including avoidance of general anesthetic risks and cost, rapid recovery and return to function, and preservation of animal welfare. Certain blocks, namely the Peterson Eye Block, require some practice to achieve the block's full potential, but are performed easily over time with practice. The Peterson Eye Block and the auriculopalpebral nerve block for ocular procedures and the Bier (regional intravenous anesthesia) Block and interdigital block for procedures of the foot are presented.
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