Abstracts: Smoke inhalation in dogs and cats – a retrospective study over 5.5 years

OBJECTIVE: Particularly during household fires, inhalation of hot air and smoke, and the formation of carboxyhaemoglobin and cyanide lead to respiratory tract and lung injury in small animals. Additionally, oxygenation is impaired in most cases. The aim of this retrospective study was to analyse smoke exposure, physical examination findings and clinical pathology results as well as . . . → Read More: Abstracts: Smoke inhalation in dogs and cats – a retrospective study over 5.5 years