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Oximetry in veterinary anaesthesia: continuous monitoring of the oxygen saturation of mixed venous blood in dogs and horses


Tierarztliche Praxis 24(2): 117-128
Oximetry in veterinary anaesthesia: continuous monitoring of the oxygen saturation of mixed venous blood in dogs and horses
Blood was obtained through a catheter inserted into the pulmonary artery from the external jugular vein. Monitoring oxygen saturation provided an early warning of deterioration in 100 high-risk equine patients.


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