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Laparoscopic Assisted Plane Block (LAPB) Trial

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Laparoscopic Assisted Plane Block (LAPB) Trial

This study attempts to demonstrate improvement in analgesia in a more diverse laparoscopic surgery group with the use of laparoscopic assisted transversus abdominis plane blocks. The investigators will compare bupivacaine (treatment arm 1) versus liposomal bupivacaine (treatment arm 2) versus port site injection of local anesthesia with injection of saline placebo (control). The hypothesis is that liposomal bupivacaine will result in improved analgesia when compared to bupivacaine LAPB and control. The investigators further hypothesize that bupivacaine LAPB will be more effective than the control.

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Drug - Bupivacaine

utilizing local anesthetic to perform a regional block under laparoscopic guidance

Drug - Exparel 266 milligram Per 20 ML Injection

utilizing local anesthetic to perform a regional block under laparoscopic guidance

Drug - Saline

placebo injection of saline

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Laparoscopic Assisted Plane Block (LAPB) Trial: Bupivacaine Versus Liposomal Bupivacaine Versus Standard Local Anesthesia for Post-operative Analgesia

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NCT03730402

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b68m9e