The effect of a heated humidified breathing circuit on body temperature in healthy, anesthetized dogs

      Introduction: A heated humidified breathing circuit (HHBC) can blunt anesthesia-induced hypothermia. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of a HHBC heated to 45 °C on rectal temperature (RT) in dogs.
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