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. Historically, guidelines have recommended that fluid evacuation from the thoracostomy tube be < 2 mL/kg/d (0.08 mL/kg/h) before the tube is removed. 13 This is due to the normal production and absorption of pleural fluid, which is 0.1 to 0.2 mL/kg/h in dogs

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) and the left and right uterine horns (diameter, 14 and 9 cm, respectively). The dorsal aspect of the isolated reproductive tract was transected, and approximately 1 L of cloudy white, nonflocculent fluid evacuated the lumen. Cytologic evaluation

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the end of the expulsion, the effluent became progressively more opaque and white. Aerobic microbial culture of a sample of this fluid yielded β- Streptococcus spp group C. After fluid evacuation, a vestibular stricture prevented the examiner from

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/lb/d). It was unclear in the present study whether the lower risk of seroma formation in dogs that had lower fluid production was, at least in some dogs, attributable to adequate duration of drain placement or allowing for fluid evacuation from the surgical

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could not ensure complete fluid evacuation by catheterization and aspiration alone. It has been reported that the presence of uterine fluid on days 5 and 14 after ovulation is associated with a greatly reduced likelihood of pregnancy (33.3% vs 92% for

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into the hematoma incision to facilitate fluid evacuation. The fenestrated portion of a vacuum drain i–k was shortened with scissors so that the drain traversed the hematoma cavity with this portion of the drain terminating prior to the selected exit

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