Successful treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome in 2 dogs
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) was diagnosed in 2 dogs with acute dyspnea. Short-term positive pressure ventilation and intense critical and nursing care were provided. Both dogs improved and were discharged. Few reports describe successful recovery from ARDS. Due to advances in positive pressure ventilation and improvement in the supportive care of critically ill veterinary patients, the prognosis for ARDS may improve.
E Kelmer, L C. Love, A E. DeClue, L A. Cohn, Y Bruchim, S Klainbart, Patricia A. Sura, and Y Merbl. "Successful treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome in 2 dogs" Canadian Veterinary Journal- Revue Veterinaire Canadienne 53.2 (2012): 167-173.
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