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Closed one-stage functional end-to-end jejunojejunostomy in horses with use of linear stapling equipment.
OBJECTIVE To use gastrointestinal linear stapling instrumentation to perform a closed one-stage functional end-to-end jejunojejunostomy in adult horses as an alternative to a stapled side-to-sideExpand
The use of colonic irrigation to control fecal incontinence in dogs with colostomies.
OBJECTIVE To determine if once-daily colonic irrigation results in fecal continence for a 24-hour period in dogs with colostomies and if colonic volume increased in response to the irrigation. Expand
Pressure ulcers in the trauma population: Are reimbursement penalties appropriate?
Trauma patients possess a unique set of risk factors for tissue damage and subsequent pressure ulcer (PU) formation which may, in fact, occur before admission to the hospital. Discussion regardingExpand
Total knee arthroplasty implant design affects patient function: results of a randomised controlled trial
Introduction Many prosthetic design changes have been introduced in attempt to improve outcomes following TKA; however there is no consensus as to whether these changes confer benefits to patients.Expand
OUTCOME OF OPEN REDUCTION AND INTERNAL FIXATION OF VANCOUVER TYPE B FRACTURES AROUND A CEMENTED TAPERED POLISHED STEM
Vancouver B fractures around a cemented polished tapered stem (CTPS) are often treated with revision arthroplasty. Results of osteosynthesis in these fractures are poor as per current literature.Expand
Furosemide Use and Time to Confirmation of Ureteral Patency During Intraoperative Cystoscopy: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the effect of intravenous administration of furosemide on the time to confirmation for ureteral patency during intraoperative cystoscopy. METHODS In a double-blindExpand
Levator Ani Muscle Defects in Patients With Surgical Failure
Introduction The objective of the study was to use a well-described system of measuring levator ani (LA) muscle defects from magnetic resonance images to evaluate whether major defects are correlatedExpand
Tissue damage in trauma patients: Where does it start?
Trauma patients are at higher risk for tissue damage, and subsequently pressure ulcers (PU), for reasons that go beyond identified nursing risk factors. These reasons include the factors inherent inExpand
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