Survival after small intestine resection and anastomosis in horses.

@article{Macdonald1989SurvivalAS,
  title={Survival after small intestine resection and anastomosis in horses.},
  author={Melinda H Macdonald and John R. Pascoe and Susan M. Stover and Dennis M. Meagher},
  journal={Veterinary surgery : VS},
  year={1989},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={
          415-23
        }
}
The authors examined factors influencing survival in 140 horses that recovered from anesthesia after small intestinal resection between 1968 and 1986, using Kaplan-Meier estimated survival curves and the Cox proportional hazards regression model. Seventy-two horses (51%) died during the initial postoperative period, 19 horses (14%) died after discharge from the hospital, 33 horses (24%) were alive, and 16 horses (11%) were classified as censored. Mean age at surgery was 8 years. Horses 15 years… CONTINUE READING
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