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associated with the laryngeal edema. A transtracheal wash or bronchioalveolar lavage was considered, but they were not performed because of cost and anesthetic risk. Sulbactam-potentiated am-picillin n (30 mg/kg [13.6 mg/lb], IV,8 h) was administered to the

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transtracheal wash in 3 instances. All horses with pneumonia or undergoing cleft palate surgery received perioperative administration of broad-spectrum antimicrobials (most horses received gentamicin and potassium penicillin or procaine penicillin), and 22 of 26

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. INJECTIONS, VENIPUNCTURE, AND ASPIRATION PROCEDURES 1409             a. Needlestick injury prevention 1409             b. Barrier protection 1409          4. DENTISTRY, BRONCHOSCOPY, AND TRANSTRACHEAL WASHES 1409          5

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. Airway evaluation and flexible endoscopic procedures in dogs and cats: laryngoscopy, transtracheal wash, tracheobronchoscopy, and bronchoalveolar lavage . Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 2009 ; 39 : 869 – 880 . 10.1016/j.cvsm.2009.05.001 3

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-9975(05)80073-8 36. Creevy KE . Airway evaluation and flexible endoscopic procedures in dogs and cats: laryngoscopy, transtracheal wash, tracheobronchoscopy, and bronchoalveolar lavage . Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 2009 ; 39 : 869 – 880 . 10.1016/j

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. Airway evaluation and flexible endoscopic procedures in dogs and cats: laryngoscopy, transtracheal wash, tracheobronchoscopy, and bronchoalveolar lavage . Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 2009 ; 39 : 869 – 880 . 10.1016/j.cvsm.2009.05.001 5

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, summation with extremities, and the lack of orthogonal views. Finally, disease-compromised camelids tend to rapidly decompensate with even minimal handling and, therefore, more definitive and invasive diagnostic methods such as transtracheal washes are often

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.12.288 24. Virtala AM Grohn YT Mechor GD , et al. Association of seroconversion with isolation of agents in transtracheal wash fluids collected from pneumonic calves less than three months of age . Bovine Pract 2000 ; 34 ( 2 ): 77 – 80 . 25

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reliable method for the diagnosis of A abstrusus infection. 10,14 However, larvae may also be recovered from pleural effusions, expectorated material, transtracheal wash fluid, or BAL fluid. 15 The Baermann technique is stated to be more sensitive than

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tympanic bulla), 2 = skin, 3 = urogenital tract (eg, urine, bladder mucosa, and semen), 4 = respiratory tract (isolates obtained via endotracheal or transtracheal wash), 5 = eye (conjunctiva or other ocular structure), and 6 = other (body cavity, CSF, or

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