Wed 23 April 2014

Complications of Orthopaedic Surgery in Horses

Dean W. Richardson DVM Veterinary Clinics of North America: Equine Practice December 2008 24 3 591-610
Complications are a price all surgeons eventually pay. Experience and increasing skill will decrease many of them but certainly not all. The most important thing is for the surgeon to react correctly to a complication. Acknowledge the mistake (or bad luck) quickly and take whatever steps you can to correct the problem. Because so many equine orthopaedic cases have the potential for complications, recognizing and responding properly to these complications are imperative for successful outcomes. Discussion of the most common complications, their prevention and corrections, is presented.

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