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Journal December 2012 (Vol. 34, No. 12)

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Aspiration Pneumonia in Dogs: Pathophysiology, Prevention, and Diagnosis by Heidi M. Schulze , DVM, DACVECC, Louisa J. Rahilly , DVM, DACVECC

1. Which of the following conditions must be met before an ETW is performed?
2. Medical conditions that predispose dogs to aspiration pneumonia include
3. The pulmonary pathology of aspiration pneumonitis/pneumonia includes
4. According to recent canine studies of preanesthetic fasting times, water can be offered up until _______ hour(s) before anesthetic induction.
5. Which history or physical examination finding is typically seen with aspiration pneumonia?
6. Common causative agents of aspiration pneumonia include
7. Which of the following lung lobes is classically affected in aspiration pneumonia?
8. The pathophysiology of aspiration pneumonitis includes which process?
9. The etiologic agent(s) of aspiration pneumonia commonly
10. Which medication has been shown to reduce the incidence of gastric reflux in dogs under general anesthesia?
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