A rabbit model of inhalation injury.

@article{Sakano1993ARM,
  title={A rabbit model of inhalation injury.},
  author={Tomohiro Sakano and Carlin V. Okerberg and Ronald L. Shippee and Judith S{\'a}nchez and Arthur D. Mason and Basil A. Pruitt},
  journal={The Journal of trauma},
  year={1993},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={411-6}
}
In the course of developing a model of inhalation injury, the relationship between the severity of pulmonary injury and specific techniques and doses of smoke exposure was examined in pairs of rabbits simultaneously exposed to smoke. In group I (5 pairs), one animal in each pair was exposed to smoke with a breath hold (BH) at the end of each exposure; the second animal received an exposure producing the same level of carboxyhemoglobin without BH. In group II (6 pairs), both animals were exposed… CONTINUE READING

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