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Anesthesia-related hypotension in a small-animal practice
This retrospective study examines the occurrence of hypotension in dogs and cats undergoing elective proceduresand should help you decide whether to routinely monitor arterial blood pressure in all anesthetized animals.


VETERINARY MEDICINE


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