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... In a human study, intraperitoneal injections of morphine and bupivacaine were performed after gallbladder resection to control pain, which ultimately produced appropriate analgesia (Hernandez-Palazon et al., 2003;Schulte-Steinberg et al., 1995). In a similar operation, a combination of bupivacaine and morphine was used to induce analgesia in one group, and bupivacaine and magnesium sulfate were used intraperitoneally in another group, revealing that the use of the combination drug had a better analgesic effect (Sadaqa et al., 2018). ...
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The present prospective randomized experimental study was designed to assess pain control with intraperitoneal morphine following ovariohysterectomy in dogs. A group of 12 mixed breed female dogs, aged 1–2 years, weighing 19.95 ± 0.95 kg were included. Forty minutes after sedation with 0.05 mg/kg intramuscular acepromazine 1%, anaesthesia was induced with propofol (4 mg/kg). The dogs were connected to the inhalation anaesthesia circuit using isoflurane. Ovariohysterectomy was performed, and before the closure of linea alba, the animals received intraperitoneal morphine (0.5 mg/kg) (in group M) and saline (0.2 ml/kg) (in group S). No significant difference was detected in total protein and glucose levels between the groups, while the cortisol level in group M was significantly lower than group S 1, 3 and 6 h after surgery. Furthermore, the comparison of the rectal temperature, heart rates and respiratory rates showed no major differences. Additionally, no significant alterations were detected between the groups considering the changes in the pain scores with simple descriptive score, Glasgow, University of Melbourne pain scale, sedation status and Sammarco methods. Finally, three cases in group S and two cases in group M were given an intramuscular analgesic rescue dose of morphine. Although a significant decline was observed in cortisol levels following intraperitoneal morphine administration, there were no beneficial changes in the efficiency of post‐operative analgesia in status and clinical signs compared to the control group. Further studies are required to investigate intraperitoneal morphine effectiveness in post‐operative pain management. The study was performed to assess pain control with intraperitoneal morphine following ovariohysterectomy in dogs. There were no beneficial changes in efficiency of post‐operative analgesia in status and clinical signs compared to the control group.