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J Vet Med Sci. 2016 Nov 1;78(10):1549-1555. Epub 2016 Jun 23.

Impact evaluation of two different general anesthesia protocols (TIVA with propofol vs isoflurane) on the total number of interventions to treat cardiovascular depression or arousal/movement episodes in dogs undergoing orthopedic surgery receiving an intrathecal anesthesia.

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Centro Veterinario Fossanese, Fossano, Italy.

Abstract

The aim of this prospective, randomized clinical trial was to compare the total number of anesthetic interventions (TNAI) performed by the anesthetist to treat cardiovascular depression or arousal/movement episodes in dogs receiving intrathecal and general anesthesia (GA), maintained using propofol-based TIVA (group P) or isoflurane (group I). Mean arterial pressure (MAP) before (T0) and 12 min after intrathecal anesthesia (T1) and intraoperative vasoactive consumption were also compared. The TNAI to deepen the anesthetic plane or to treat hemodynamic depression in the pre-surgical and intra-surgical period was calculated in forty-two client-owned dogs randomly assigned to group P or I. Ten dogs for each group complied with the inclusion criteria and were analyzed. In pre-surgical period, the TNAI was higher in Group I [2 (0-5)] than Group P [0 (0-2)] (P=0.022), and ephedrine consumption was also higher in Group I [75 (0-200) µg/kg)] than Group P [(0 (0-50)] (P=0.016). MAP (mmHg) in Group P was 79 (66-95) at T0 and 65 (59-86) at T1 and 67.5 (50-73) and 57 (53-66) in Group I, respectively. At T0 and T1, MAP was higher in Group P (P=0.005 and P=0.006, respectively). No differences were found between the two groups in the intrasurgical period (P>0.05). This study shows that the GA protocol can have a relevant impact on the TNAI performed by the anesthetist in the pre-surgical period of anesthesia, to treat cardiovascular depression or arousal/movement episodes in dogs receving intrathecal anesthesia.

PMID:
27334295
PMCID:
PMC5095623
DOI:
10.1292/jvms.15-0661
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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