To properly examine the eye of a horse, sedation is usually required. This may take the form of an intravenous bolus or a constant rate infusion (see the author‘s article in this proceedings on Standing Sedation). It is important to realize that not all the local blocks described here provide analgesia. The auriculopalpebral nerve block provides akinesis to the eyelids. It is a motor block only. The following is a brief discussion of the techniques used to cause complete anesthesia of all the...
|Publication status||Published - 15 Jan 2011|
|Event||North American Veterinary Conference 2011 - Gaylord Hotel, Orlando, Florida USA, United States|
Duration: 15 Jan 2011 → 19 Jan 2011
|Conference||North American Veterinary Conference 2011|
|City||Orlando, Florida USA|
|Period||15/01/11 → 19/01/11|