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comprasion of anesthetic efficacy and adverse effects  associated with peribulbar injection of ropivacaine perfomed  with and without ultrasound guidance in dogs

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very similar to those obtained by the conventional per-
ibulbar injection technique (without UG). However, 
the eyes of the dogs that received peribulbar injec-
tion performance with UG, the IOP remained stable 
and the incidence of subconjunctival hemorrhage was 
lower, highlighting the need for further studies to as-
sess the potential clinical usefulness of this anesthetic 
technique.
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a. Klauman PR. Bloquio peribulbar com ropivacaina 1% em cães. 
MS dissertation. Universidade Federal do Paraná, Cuitiba, PR, 
Brazil, 2007.
b. Ferreira JZ. Bloqueio peribulbar com ropivacaína a 0.75% para 
facectomia em cães: padronização e comparação de técnicas. MS 
dissertation, Faculdade de Odontologia, Universidade Estadual 
Paulista, Araçatuba, Brazil, 2011.
c. Schirmer reflex test, Ophthalmos Indústria e Comércio de 
Produtos Farmacêuticos LTDA, São Paulo, Brazil.
d. Cochet & Bonnet esthesiometer, Luneau Ophtalmologie, Char-
tres, France.
e. Fluorescein strips, Ophthalmos Indústria e Comércio de Produ-
tos Farmacêuticos LTDA, São Paulo, Brazil.
f. Tono-Pen XL, Medtronic, Jacksonville, Fla.
g. Bio Welch Allyn, Welch Allyn, Skaneateles Falls, NY.
h. Acepran 0.2%, Vetnil Ind e Comer de Produtos Veterinários 
LTDA, São Paulo, Brazil.
i. Propovan, Cristália Produtos Químicos e Farmacêuticos, São 
Paulo, Brazil.
j. Isoforine, Cristália Produtos Químicos e Farmacêuticos, São 
Paulo, Brazil.
k. Monitor, Cardiocap 5, Datex-Ohmeda, GE Healthcare Indus-
tries, São Paulo, Brazil.
l. Accutome B-Scan Plus Advanced, Probe B: 15 MHz, resolution: 
0.015 mm, gain: 47 e 55 dB, Accutome, Malvern, Pa.
m. Agulha hipodérmica 22-gauge 1” BD PrecisionGlide, Becton 
Dickinson Ind. Cirúrg. LTDA, Curitiba, Brazil.
n. Ropivacaine 1%, Cristália Produtos Químicos e Farmacêuticos, 
São Paulo, Brazil.
o. SAS, version 9.3, SAS Institute Inc, Cary, NC.
p. Cetorolaco de Trometamol 0.5%, Allergan, São Paulo, Brazil.
q. Tobramicina, Alcon, São Paulo, Brazil.
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