Articles of Interest

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CompanionPort References

Aubert I, Abrams-Ogg, et al: “The use of vascular access ports for blood collection in feline blood donors.” Can J Vet Res 2011;75:25-34.

Culp WTN, Mayhew PD, Duda L, et al: “Complications associated with use of subcutaneous vascular access ports in cats and dogs undergoing fractionated radiotherapy; 172 cases (1996-2007).” JAVMA 2010;236(12):1322-1327.

Massari F, Romanelli G. “Clinical experience with subcutaneous implant systems for intravenous therapies.” Veterinaria 2008;22(5):43-50.

Mayer MN, Grier CK, et al:. “Complications associated with the use of vascular access ports in dogs receiving external beam radiation therapy.” JAVMA 2008;233:96–103.

Morrison JA, Lauer SK, Baldwin CJ, et al: “Evaluation of the use of subcutaneous implantable vascular access ports in feline blood donors. JAVMA 2007;230:855–861.

Cahalane AK, Rassnick KM, Flanders JA. “Use of vascular access ports in femoral veins of dogs and cats with cancer.” JAVMA 2007;231:1354–1360.

Powers LV. “Techniques for drug delivery in small mammals.” J Exotic Pet Medicine 2006;15(3):201-209.

Farrow HA, Rand JS, Burgess D.” Use of vascular access ports for frequent small volume sample collection in cats.” J Vet InternMed 2003;17:432–432.

Henry CJ, Russell LE, Tyler JW, et al: “Comparison of hematologic and biochemical values for blood samples obtained via jugular venipuncture and via vascular access ports in cats.” JAVMA 2002;220:482–485.

Rassnick KM, Gould WJ, Flanders JA. “Use of a vascular access system for administration of chemotherapeutic agents to a ferret with lymphoma.” JAVMA 1995; 206(4):500-503.

Bagley RS, Flanders JA. “The use of totally implantable vascular access systems.” Compend Contin Educ Pract Vet 1990;12:22–27.

PleuralPort References

Cahalane AK, Flanders JA. “Use of pleural access ports for treatment of recurrent pneumothorax in two dogs.” JAVMA 2012; 241(4):467-471.

Brooks AC, Hardie RJ. “Use of the PleuralPort device for management of pleural effusions in six dogs and four cats.” Vet Surgery 2011; 40:935-941.

Cahalane AK, Flanders JA, Steffey MA, et al:” Use ofvascular access ports with intrathoracic drains for treatment of pleural effusion in three dogs”. JAVMA 2007;230:527–531.

Garcia AL, Lara A, Kosarek C, et al: Implantable vascular access ports: a tool for palliative management of malignant effusions in dogs. Annual proceedings of the VCS Callaway Gardens 2006 (abstr);230

AUS-Port System References

Currao RL, Berent AC, Weisse C, Fox P. “Use of a percutaneously controlled urethral hydraulic occluder for treatment of refractory urinary incontinence in 18 female dogs.” Vet Surg Jan 2013.

Reeves L, Adin C, et al: “Outcome after Placement of an Artificial Urethral Sphincter in 27 Dogs.” Vet Surg 2012; 42:12–18.

Gregory CR, Robello GT. ” Outcome of five dogs that had a hydraulic urethral occluder mplanated for the control of urinary incontinence.” CVMA April 2011.

Rose SA, Adin CA,et al: “Long term efficacy of a percutaneously adjustable hydraulic urethral sphincter for treatment of urinary incontinence in four dogs”. Vet Surg. 2009; 38:747-53.

Sereda C, Adin CA, Archer L, et al: “Mechanical and physical properties of silicone hydraulic occluders.” ACVS Abstract, 2005.

Adin CA, Farese J, Cross A, et al: “Evaluation of a percutaneously adjustable artificial urethral sphincter in a canine cadaver model.” Am J Vet Res 2004; 65: 283-288.

SUB System References

Berent A. “Ureteral obstructions in dogs and cats: a review of traditional and new interventional diagnostic and therapeutic options.” JVECC 2011; 21(2):86–103.

Berent A. “Management of feline ureteral obstructions: An interventionalist’s approach.” ACVS symposium 2011.

Berent A, Weisse C, Bagley D. “The use of a subcutaneous ureteral bypass
for feline ureteral obstructions:13 cases.” World Congress Endourol 2010.

T-FloLoc / EDTA References

Chik C, Berent AC, Weisse CW, Ryder M. Therapeutic use of tetrasodium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid solution for treatment of subcutaneous ureteral bypass device mineralization in cats. Vet Intern Med. 2019;19.

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