What are the right numbers for pre-anesthetic fasting?
 
 
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What are the right numbers for pre-anesthetic fasting?
It is common in veterinary medicine to withhold food for some period of time prior to sedation or general anesthesia in dogs and cats. There is great variation, however, in specific fasting recommendations and practices.
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Bird food brand finds buyer
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