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healthy dogs, the ovariectomy is an appropriate option for sterilization. 3 , 4 The methods used for laparoscopic ovariectomy in canines include suture ligation, surgical laser, monopolar and bipolar electrocoagulation, vessel sealing devices (VSDs), and

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, and these devices are now widely used in many surgical procedures. Vessel-sealing devices reportedly require a shorter time than mechanical ligation techniques to provide hemostasis, do not leave any foreign material in the surgical wound, remove the

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reductions in systemic concentrations of neurohormonal stress and inflammation markers perioperatively. Vessel-sealing devices were developed to seal blood vessels with diameters up to 7 mm. The tissue seal is achieved by denaturation and cross-linking of

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ovarian pedicle during the procedure. A vessel-sealing device d was used to seal both ovarian pedicles and the uterine horn close to the proper ligament of the ovary. Routine closure was performed for the portal incisions. Statistical analysis

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bladder. B—A vessel-sealing device was used to perform ureteral ostioplasty in horse 2. Figure 3— Illustrations (from a ventrodorsal perspective) of the procedure for right ureteral ostioplasty in a horse with ureteral ectopia. After

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surgical assistant. The light post of the 5-mm 30° telescope was then rotated so the camera head was positioned away from the multitrocar port. A 5-mm bipolar vessel sealing device f was then inserted through the 2 o'clock cannula and directed to the

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visualization of the vascular pedicle, spermatic cord, and gubernaculum. The surgeon then inserted a laparoscopic bipolar vessel-sealing device n through the single-port device into the abdomen, and the bipolar vessel-sealing device was used to seal and

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Vessel-sealing device Footnotes a. Charles River Laboratories, Saint-Constant, QC, Canada. b. Sandoz Canada Inc, Boucherville, QC, Canada. c. BD Canada, Mississauga, ON, Canada. d. Plasmalyte-A, Baxter Healthcare, Deerfield, Ill. e

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was inserted through the transdiaphragmatic portal to guide placement of other ports. An additional port was placed at the ventral portion of each of the right 10th, left 8th, and right 4th intercostal spaces. A 5-mm vessel sealing device b and

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approximately 2 cm caudal to the first cannula. A vessel-sealing device d was used to achieve hemostasis of the ovarian pedicle and to transect the suspensory ligament and uterine horn at the level of the proper ovarian ligament. For the dogs in which only a

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