Small Animal

abs: Quilt Suture Reduces Post-Op Pain and Seroma
Seminar: Small Animal Scientific Abstracts

Friday, October 13
1:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Room 101–102

Tacking of Subcutaneous Tissues to the Linea Alba Using a Quilting Suture Pattern during Laparotomy Closure Reduces Post-Operative Pain and Seroma Formation in Dogs—A Randomized Controlled Trial. Blake Travis1, Galina Hayes2, Katherine Vissio1, Jay Harvey3, James Flanders2, Julia Sumner2. 1Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY; 2Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery, Ithaca, NY; 3Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Primary Care Surgery, Ithaca, NY

Blake M. Travis, DVM

Cornell

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