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Preventing intraabdominal adhesions with polylactic acid film: Compend Contin Educ Pract Vet 13, Cuando se usan los drenajes pasivos en la cavidad abdominal, se recomienda proteger el extremo del drenaje para prevenir infecciones ascendentes Stone Evaluation of postoperative peritoneal lavage in standing horses for prevention of equinoss induced abdominal adhesions.

Vet Clin Equine 15, Formation and prevention of postoperative abdominal adhesions. Cloicos of flunixin meglumine or etodolac treatment on mucosal recovery of equine jejunum after ischaemia.

WO2016102730A1 – Sistema de detección y aviso de cólicos en equinos – Google Patents

Equimos Surg 15, Evaluation of the antiadhesion potential of UV cross-linked gelatin films in a rat abdominal model. Handbook of equine colic. Short-term effect of surgical trauma on rat peritoneal fibrinolytic activity and its role in adhesion formation.


Postoperative exposure to glove powders modulates production of peritoneal eicosanoids during peritoneal wound healing. The aim of this review is to gather most of the available information and the latest research explaining the pathophysiology, prevention and treatment of abdominal adhesions in horses.

Substance P in peritoneal fluid. Los drenajes pueden ser pasivos o activos. Recent advances in equine abdominal surgery. Use of a high-molecular-weight carboxymethylcellulose in a tissue protective solution for prevention of coliocs abdominal adhesions in ponies.

Adherencias abdominales postquirúrgicas en equinos: patofisiología, prevención y tratamiento

Currently, a variety of prevention measures and treatments, most of them aiming to reduce or avoid adhesions formation, are used in veterinary medicine. Dig Dis Sci 51, Am J Vet Res 65, World J Gastroenterol 12, Abdominal surgery in foals: Vet Surg 29, Postoperative intraperitoneal adhesion pathophysiology. A better understanding of the cellular mechanisms of adhesion formation and reformation should help to develop better prevention methods.

Time to reconsider saline as the ideal rinsing solution during abdominal surgery.

Thromb Haemost 79, Biochem Soc Trans 30, Prevention of ischaemia-induced small intestinal adhesions in foals.

Prostaglandins I2 and E2 have a synergistic role in rescuing epithelial barrier function in porcine ileum.


An experimental study on mice. Laparoscopic adhesiolysis in a horse. Current Practice of Equine Surgery. Fibrinolytic activity of human mesothelial cells is counteracted by rapid uptake of tissue-type plasminogen activator.

Erythrocyte agglutination associated with heparin treatment in three horses. Equine Vet J Suppl 32, Prevention of experimental postoperative peritoneal adhesions by N,O-carboxymethylchitosan. Current Colidos of equine Surgery.

WOA1 – Sistema de detección y aviso de cólicos en equinos – Google Patents

Equine Vet J 21, Role of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in gastrointestinal tract injury and repair. SUMMARY Despite the great number of human and veterinary medicine research, abdominal adhesions are still a big concern and a frequent complication for surgeons.

Advances in prevention and treatment of intraabdominal adhesions in horses.

The effect of heparin upon intraabdominal adhesions in rabbits. In Practice volicos, Short-and long-term survival and prevalence of post operative ileus after small intestinal surgery in the horse.

Induction of peritoneal adhesions with small intestinal ischaemia and distention in the foal.