Alastair M. Lynch

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This article describes two dogs in which an active suction drain was placed to manage dead space at the surgical site and acute haemorrhage and hypovolaemia occurred postoperatively. In both instances, fluid resuscitation and temporary discontinuation of drainage resulted in resolution of clinical signs. Although the underlying cause of haemorrhage was not(More)
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