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A 2-stage surgical procedure for chronic intestinal, vascular, and lymphatic sampling in miniature swine is described. Cannulas were placed in the jejunum and ileum, followed by a 2nd implantation of… (More)
To evaluate the effectiveness of high-frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) in the treatment of meconium aspiration, 28 puppies were assigned randomly to one of three ventilator techniques. After… (More)
Anesthetized random source dogs were cooled by ice-water immersion to a stable core temperature of 25 degrees C and subsequently rewarmed with normal saline peritoneal lavage (43 degrees C, 175… (More)
Anesthetized random-source dogs were cooled by refrigeration (3 C) to a stable core temperature of 25 C, and subsequently were rewarmed with warm, humidified inhalation (43 C, 450 mL of minute… (More)
The effect of chronically elevated blood flow on the development of atherosclerosis in miniature swine was studied. Fistulas connecting the right external iliac artery and vein were surgically… (More)
A catheter-implanting device (CID) was developed to aid in the placement of vascular catheters in blood vessels located deep in the body cavities, with minimal vascular damage or blood loss.
A radical thoractomy technique was developed and used in 4 miniature swine. It provided excellent exposure no postoperative complications.
Button batteries immersed in a simulated gastric environment (0.1N hydrochloric acid) demonstrated less crimp dissolution (corrosion of the metal can) after the addition of neutralizing doses of… (More)