Carotid Artery Laceration

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1978
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Terry, John
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Complications or hazards involving intravenous drug administration via the jugular vein in the equine are well known. The most common problems would involve perivascular injection, intra-carotid injection, too rapid administration, sensitivity to the drugs(s) used, and use of drugs incompatible with the intravenous route. In this case report, I would add carotid artery laceration to the list.

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