Oxygen saturation monitoring in experimental surgery: a comparison of pulse oximetry and arterial blood gas measurement.

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Experimental surgery in animal models often requires prolonged periods of general anesthesia. Animals undergoing these procedures may have difficulty maintaining normal ventilation and oxygenation and therefore may require physiologic monitoring and endotracheal intubation to avoid hypoxia that could adversely affect the results of the investigation… (More)

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