Short- and long-term survival and prevalence of postoperative ileus after small intestinal surgery in the horse.

@article{Freeman2000ShortAL,
  title={Short- and long-term survival and prevalence of postoperative ileus after small intestinal surgery in the horse.},
  author={D E Freeman and Phillip D. Hammock and Gordon James Baker and Tom Domenic G{\"o}tz and Jonathan H. Foreman and David J. Schaeffer and Rainer Andreas Richter and Osamu Inoue and Jonathan H. Magid},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal. Supplement},
  year={2000},
  volume={32},
  pages={
          42-51
        }
}
The records of 74 horses that recovered from anaesthesia after surgery for a small intestinal lesion from 1994 to 1999 were reviewed. Sixty-three horses (85%) had a strangulating lesion and 43 of these (68%) had a resection and anastomosis. Four of 11 horses (36%) without a strangulating lesion had a resection and anastomosis. Sixty-three horses (85%) survived to discharge, with a survival rate of 53/63 in horses with a strangulating lesion (84%) and 10/11 (91%) in others. For all lesions… CONTINUE READING
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