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, respectively; 15 min/position). The total infusion time was 1 hour. At the conclusion of the infusion, the purse-string suture was removed, cuffs of the Foley catheters were deflated, and the catheters and gauze were removed. An esophagostomy tube d was

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, esophageal disease, or aspiration pneumonia and patients undergoing esophagostomy tube placement were excluded. Patients were also excluded if an antiemetic was administered postoperatively without documented signs of nausea, vomiting, or regurgitation

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performed with 4-0 USP taper point polydioxanone. Biopsies of other organs (eg, lymph nodes, liver, pancreas) and esophagostomy tube placement were considered on a case-by-case basis. Concomitant surgery was noted when performed. The abdomen was then closed

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clot development causing device occlusion, mineralization of the device causing occlusion, esophagostomy tube placement complications, development of fluid overload, dysuria, perioperative worsening of azotemia, development of a seroma or incisional

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gastric or duodenal surgery, enteric feeding tubes such as jejunostomy tubes are indicated 1–3 to provide nutrients via the enteral route while bypassing the pancreas or surgical site. Although a more recent report 4 described the use of esophagostomy

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esophagostomy tubes have been commonly used in small animals. 1–14 In instances when both prepancreatic (ie, gastric) and postpancreatic (ie, jejunal) feeding is desired, having a single-access option would be ideal. In addition, when performing enteral feeding

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flux during dialysis that cannot be predicted on the basis of changes in PNa and body weight alone. The present study had several limitations. First, dogs often received food and water through an esophagostomy tube during a dialysis treatment. There

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treatment for presumptive cholangiohepatitis e-g (including IV administration of ciprofloxacin 11 and clindamycin i ) were initiated. An esophagostomy tube was placed to provide nutrition. Serum feline pancreatic lipase activity was within the reference

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1 ). The cat was anesthetized for a hemimandibulectomy procedure and placement of an esophagostomy tube. Surgical removal of the mass was uneventful. Unfortunately, the cat had cardiopulmonary arrest the morning after surgery, and resuscitation was

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esophagostomy tubes was planned. The cat was premedicated with fentanyl (5 μg/kg [2.3 μg/lb], IV). Approximately 15 minutes later, anesthesia was induced with ketamine HCl (2.9 mg/kg [1.3 mg/lb], IV) and propofol (2.3 mg/kg [1.0 mg/lb], IV). A 5-mm

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