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Towards a safer epidural anesthesia for dogs


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A method of epidural anesthesia, although proven efficient in humans, had never been tested in animals until now. Two specialists in Veterinary Anesthesiology have successfully used for the first time in dogs the Baraka technique, proving that it is simpler and faster when trying to identify the epidurial space. With this research the two experts intend to reduce the risk of the traditional anesthesic technique in these animals. 61kKHPuoc0I


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