Efeitos de diferentes doses de tenoxicam sobre a medula espinhal e as meninges. Estudo experimental em caes

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1999-01-27

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Ganem, Eliana Marisa [UNESP]
Vianna, Pedro Thadeu Galvão [UNESP]
Castiglia, Yara Marcondes Machado [UNESP]
Braz, José Reinaldo Cerqueira [UNESP]
Do Nascimento, P. [UNESP]
Vanne, L. A. [UNESP]

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Background and Objectives. The analgesic actions of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) result from the inhibition of the peripheral synthesis of prostaglandins. In spite of the emphasis on the peripheral action, several studies have shown the potential central action of such drugs. In rats, NSAID doses insufficient to block pain when systemically administered were effective when intrathecally injected. This effect could be mediated by interaction with descending serotoninergic ways together with neurotransmission modulation of glycine or N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors. Our goal was to study the effect of different tenoxican doses in the histology of dogs spinal cord and meninges. Methods. Thirty two dogs (7 to 17 kg) were randomly distributed in four groups: G1 - Control with distilled water (DW); G2 - 2 mg tenoxican diluted in DW; G3 - 4 mg tenoxican diluted in DW; G4 - 10 mg tenoxican diluted in DW in a constant volume of 1 ml. Anesthesia was induced with etomidate and fentanyl and dural puncture was performed with a 25G spinal needle in interspace L6-7. Animals were observed for 72 hours and subsequently euthanized by electrocution. Lumbar and sacral spinal cord segments were removed for further histologic examination. Results. All animals were clinically normal during the observation period and there has been no histologic alteration of the nervous system and meninges. Conclusions. In our experimental model intrathecal tenoxican doses up to 10 mg have not triggered nervous tissue or meningeal injuries in dogs.

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Anesthetic techniques: regional, spinal block, Animal: dog, Anti-inflammatory: tenoxican, etomidate, fentanyl, glycine, n methyl dextro aspartic acid receptor, nonsteroid antiinflammatory agent, prostaglandin, tenoxicam, anesthesia, animal experiment, animal model, animal tissue, controlled study, dog, female, histology, intrathecal drug administration, lumbar puncture, lumbar spinal cord, male, meninx, neurotransmission, nonhuman, prostaglandin synthesis inhibition, rat, sacral spinal cord, serotoninergic system, spinal cord

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Revista Brasileira de Anestesiologia, v. 49, n. 1, p. 35-37, 1999.