An epidural is an injection into the potential space between the bony vertebral canal and the dura mater, whereas a spinal (subarachnoid) injection is an injection through the dura mater and into the subarachnoid space. By performing a spinal injection and bypassing the dura mater, the physiological effects of the injection are greatly enhanced. This is why the dosage is different between an epidural and spinal injection. Patient position and composition of the injectate greatly influences...
|Publication status||Published - 21 Jan 2014|
|Event||North American Veterinary Conference - Gaylord Hotel, Orlando, Florida USA, United States|
Duration: 18 Jan 2014 → 22 Jan 2014
|Conference||North American Veterinary Conference|
|City||Orlando, Florida USA|
|Period||18/01/14 → 22/01/14|