Plasma serotonin in horses undergoing surgery for small intestinal colic

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Torfs, Sara C; Maes, An A; Delesalle, Catherine J; Pardon, Bart; Croubels, Siska M; Deprez, Piet;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4298271
  • Subject: Scientific
    mesheuropmc: surgical procedures, operative | digestive system diseases

This study compared serotonin concentrations in platelet poor plasma (PPP) from healthy horses and horses with surgical small intestinal (SI) colic, and evaluated their association with postoperative ileus, strangulation and non-survival. Plasma samples (with EDTA) from... View more
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