Factors influencing peak plasma total ropivacaine concentration after local infiltration analgesia in patients undergoing total knee arthroscopy included age, weight, creatinine, and female sex.
Ropivacaine may not be superior to injected saline for the treatment of headache in children.
Levobupivacaine and ropivacaine show similar analgesic effects postoperatively after brachial plexus block.
The addition of dexamethasone to ropivacaine for prolonged block duration produced highly variable results in healthy subjects.
Ropivacaine linked to reduced postoperative opioid consumption, pain versus placebo
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