Analgesia with maropitant in bitches anesthetized with tiletamine, zolazepam, atropine and detomidine / Analgesia com maropitant em cadelas anestesiadas com tiletamina, zolazepam, atropina e detomidina

Rafael Santos Tramontin, Pollyana Linhares Sala, Talita Bianchin Borges, Wellington Henrique Bessi, Salviano Tramontin Belettini, Natália Saraiva Rodrigues, Ana Maria Quessada, José Ricardo Pachaly

Abstract


In order to test the analgesic effect of the citrate of maropitant (antiemetic drug) in association with ZAD-50 (tiletamine associated to zolazepam, atropine, and detomidine), 20 female dogs were divided into two equal groups and submitted to elective ovariohysterectomy. Anesthesia was induced in the first group (control group) by administering only ZAD-50, while ZAD-50 in association with maropitant was administered in the second group (experimental group). Analgesia was evaluated by means of visceral relaxation to the traction of the ovarian pedicles. The maropitant group showed no pain sensitivity during the evaluation. Thus, it was concluded that the use of maropitant citrate prior to ZAD-50 administration provided greater relaxation and visceral analgesia than the isolated use of this anesthetic in the elective ovariohysterectomy of bitches.


Keywords


analgesic, anesthesiology, canine, dissociative anesthetics.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv6n9-439

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