Heike Spilker

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Hemodynamic responses to passive gastric distension were examined in alpha-chloralose anesthetized cats. Gastric balloons were distended with 37 degrees C fluid at slow (50 ml/min) and rapid (250 ml/min) infusion rates before and after laparotomy. Passive gastric distension at the slow infusion rate significantly (P less than 0.05) increased mean arterial(More)
In the past 4 years all our patients below the age of three years, suffering from luxation or dysplasia of the hipjoint, were treated only conservatively. For repositioning we used a modified overhead-extension (Extensionsreposition). The "Hanausek-Apparat" was used only for retention. By this method all luxations could be reponed. Because of the low rate(More)
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