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A potent, long-acting anesthetic, C18H28N2, used for regional anesthesia in its hydrochloride form.

[bu(tyl) + pi(peridine) + (no)vacaine (popular rendering of the trademark Novocain, influenced by cocaine).]


(Medicine) a local anaesthetic of long duration, used for nerve blocks
[C20: perhaps from bu(tyl) + pi(pecoloxylidide), the drug's chemical components + -vacaine, from (No)vocaine]
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The prospective randomized study was conducted to compare the analgesic efficacy of dilute concentration of bupivacaine and ropivacaine with fentanyl.
Levobupivacaine, the isolated S (-) enantiomer of Bupivacaine, has been shown to be less cardiotoxic than Bupivacaine in pre-clinical studies.
Group tramadol bupivacaine (TB) received 25mg (1 ml) of tramadol plus 2ml (10mg) of 0.
025% bupivacaine and 2 mg/kg of tramadol, diluted to 20 cc, were infiltrated at the wound site in groups A and B, respectively.
Karakaya et al in their study found that intrapleural bupivacaine and fentanyl combined with epinephrine have more analgesic effect compared to only bupivacaine.
To determine the effective dose 50% (ED50) and the effective dose 95% (ED95) of intrathecal bupivacaine associated with opioids in the cesarean section of morbidly obese patients.
They will be assigned to either TAP block with the liposomal bupivacaine solution or to traditional preincisional local anesthetic with bupivacaine alone.
sup][6],[11] However, to the best of our knowledge, few previous studies have determined the ideal dose of intrathecal bupivacaine when coadministered with sufentanil for cesarean delivery in severely preeclamptic parturients so far.
Two 100 ml intraperitoneal (IP) solutions and two 5 ml incision site solutions were distributed into four treatment groups which included; 1) saline IP with saline at the incision site, 2) saline IP with bupivacaine at the incision site, 3) DMG IP with bupivacaine at the incision site and 4) DMG IP and saline at the incision site.