Successful management of an intraoperative iatrogenic cardiac tamponade during balloon pulmonic valvuloplasty in a dog

      This letter describes the successful intraoperative management of a case of iatrogenic cardiac tamponade in a dog undergoing balloon pulmonic valvuloplasty.
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