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performed in the remaining dogs included gastrointestinal and lymph node biopsy (n = 11 [14%]), splenic biopsy (6 [7.5%]), castration (3 [4%]), esophagostomy tube placement (2 [2.5%]), lymph node biopsy (2 [2.5%]), and gastrointestinal biopsy and anal mass

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incision was closed routinely in 3 layers. Upon completion of the procedure, an esophageal feeding tube was placed in standard fashion, along with a triple-lumen jugular venous catheter. Fluoroscopic imaging confirmed appropriate esophagostomy tube

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nasoesophageal tubes, esophagostomy tubes, percutaneous endoscopically placed gastrostomy tubes, and surgically placed gastrostomy or jejunostomy tubes. Parenteral nutrition can replace these methods but is costly and is associated with risks of catheter

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water normally pass caudal to this small defect without incident. No nasal discharge was noted in the dogs. The author does not advocate the use of an esophagostomy or pharyngostomy feeding tube postoperatively. The palatal closure is continuously

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Gastrointestin Liver Dis 2007 ; 16 : 407 – 418 . 18193123 8. Marks S . Nasoesophageal, esophagostomy, gastrostomy, and jejunal tube placement techniques . In: Ettinger SJ Feldman EC Cote E , eds. Textbook of veterinary internal medicine . 8th ed

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wound retractor at position A. In 2 cats, an esophagostomy tube was placed after completion of the MIOB procedure while the cats were still under anesthesia. In 1 cat, conversion to an open approach was performed because finger palpation through the

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affected and had no important serum biochemical abnormalities. For this reason, none of the dogs with stage 1 disease were receiving low-phosphate diet or treatment. No dog with CKD was provided with an esophagostomy tube, and renal diets were generally

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proinflammatory cytokines such as tumor necrosis factor-α and interferon-γ combats the catabolism that occurs with malnutrition. 9,29 Various methods for enteral feeding include nasoesophageal, nasogastric, esophagostomy, and jejunal tube placement as well as

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esophagostomy for foreign body removal, the foreign body was cranial to the heart before it became entrapped. None of the changes in heart rate in the snakes of this report were perceived to indicate cardiovascular compromise or other clinically important

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dogs. To verify its patency, the common bile duct was catheterized normograde in 2 dogs and retrograde in 15 dogs. A jejunostomy, gastrostomy, or esophagostomy feeding tube was placed in 15 dogs. Biliary stenting was performed in 3 dogs by use of a 5-F

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