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Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine is concisely written, easy to read, and up-to-date. There are many excellent photographs illustrating technical procedures and diagnostic findings. Techniques such as transtracheal wash and chest-tube placement are

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affect patient care, they may cause confusion for some readers. Also, notably absent from the Procedures and Protocols chapter are discussions of transtracheal wash, nasal feeding, nasal oxygen tubes, and FAST (focused assessment sonograms for trauma

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uncommon. 2,3 Although many bacterial pathogens can be associated with pneumonia, Streptococcus equi subsp zooepidemicus is the bacterial pathogen most commonly recovered from transtracheal washes of adult horses. 4,5 , a Antimicrobial treatment for

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(13 mg/kg [5.91 mg/lb], PO, q 12 h) was continued. Three blood samples collected at 30-minute intervals and transtracheal wash fluid were submitted for bacterial culture, but no organisms grew. On day 5, the VAP and proximal portion of the external

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and summary of more technically demanding and semi-invasive procedures such as transtracheal washes, gastrostomy tube placement, and various centesis procedures. The Emergency Procedures section continues to be a valuable go-to resource for information

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