AO Principles of Fracture Management in the Dog and Cat by Ann Johnson, John Houlton, Rico Vannini

By Ann Johnson, John Houlton, Rico Vannini

This article is lavishly illustrated with full-color illustrations, intraoperative photographs and radiographs.

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14 d 1 Perioperative patient management 8 Principles of patient preparation, surgical approaches, and fracture reduction Patients should be fasted for 6–12 hours and allowed to urinate and defecate prior to anesthetic induction. Water need not be withheld. Following induction, hair is removed from the proposed surgery site with a number 40 clipper blade and vacuum. For most appendicular procedures, all hair should be removed circumferentially from the limb from the carpus or tarsus distally to the dorsal and ventral midline proximally.

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Rosin E, Uphoff T, Schultz-Darken N, et al (1993) Penetration of antibiotics into the surgical wound in a canine model. Antimicrobial Agents Chemother; 33:700–704. 36. Rosin E, Uphoff TS, Schultz-Darken NJ, et al (1993) Cefazolin antibacterial activity and concentrations in serum and the surgical wound in dogs. Am J Vet Res; 54(8):1317–1321. 37. Green C (1998) Surgical and traumatic wound infections. Greene C (ed), Infectious Disease of the Dog and Cat. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 343–347.

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