Effects of a 5-degree head-up incline on arterial oxygenation in anesthetized horses

      Introduction: Anesthetized horses are prone to hypoxemia. Utilization of reverse Trendelenburg position (RT) may decrease intrathoracic pressure improving arterial partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2).
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