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Title: Acid-base balance and ventilation during sternal and lateral recumbency in field immobilized black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) receiving oxygen insufflation: a preliminary report
Author(s): Morkel, P.v.d.B.; Radcliffe, R.W.; Jago, M.; Du Preez, P.; Flaminio, M.J.B.F.; Nydam, D.V.; Taft, A.; Lain, D.; Miller, M.M.; Gleed, R.D.
Year published: 2010
Journal: Journal of Wildlife Diseases
Volume: 46 (1)
Pages: 236-245
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Black Rhino
Posture, ventilation, and acid-base balance using auricular venous blood values (pH, lactate, base excess [BE], HCO(3)(-), PO(2), SO(2), and PCO(2)), oxygen saturation of hemoglobin (SpO(2)), and end-tidal carbon dioxide (P(ET)CO(2)) were compared between sternal (STE) and lateral (LAT) recumbenc...

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