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

By Ann Johnson, John Houlton, Rico Vannini

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Nicholson M, Beal M, Shofer F (2002) Epidemiologic evaluation of postoperative wound infection in clean-contaminated wounds: a retrospective study of 239 dogs and cats. Vet Surg; 31(6):577–581. 27. Romatowski J (1989) Prevention and control of surgical wound infection. J Am Vet Med Assoc; 194(1):107–114. 28. Heldmann E, Brown DC, Shofer F (1999) The association of propofol usage with postoperative wound infection rate in clean wounds: a retrospective study. Vet Surg; 28(4):256–259. 29. Stubbs WP, Bellah JR, Vermaas-Hekman D (1996) Chlorhexidine gluconate versus chloroxylenol for preoperative skin preparation in dogs.

Nicholson M, Beal M, Shofer F (2002) Epidemiologic evaluation of postoperative wound infection in clean-contaminated wounds: a retrospective study of 239 dogs and cats. Vet Surg; 31(6):577–581. 27. Romatowski J (1989) Prevention and control of surgical wound infection. J Am Vet Med Assoc; 194(1):107–114. 28. Heldmann E, Brown DC, Shofer F (1999) The association of propofol usage with postoperative wound infection rate in clean wounds: a retrospective study. Vet Surg; 28(4):256–259. 29. Stubbs WP, Bellah JR, Vermaas-Hekman D (1996) Chlorhexidine gluconate versus chloroxylenol for preoperative skin preparation in dogs.

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