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Volume 26(3), Autumn 2016

Reprint paper*

Septic peritonitis from pyloric and non-pyloric gastrointestinal perforation:

prognostic factors in 44 dogs and 11 cats

by Thomas Dayer, Judith Howard and David Spreng

The impact of NSAIDs

Although no significant association was found between prior drug history and outcome or survival at 24 hours, only 2 of 15 (13.3%) ...

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Drain benefit?

 

No difference in survival was found between animals treated with closed suction drains and those treated with primary abdominal closure.

Objectives: To identify potential prognostic factors affecting outcome in septic peritonitis caused by gastrointestinal perforation in dogs and cats. ...

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