By C. Max Lang D.V.M. (auth.)
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More rapid administration can result in pulmonary edema by increasing the pressure in the systemic veins, chambers of the heart, and pulmonary vessels, thus, overdistending them and reducing the effect of osmotic pressure of the plasma. v. 3. StlbctltaneottS Fluids can be administered subcutaneously by injecting them into the loose connective tissue which attaches the dermis to the underlying organs. The skin of many animals-the dog, for example-is rather loosely attached, thus, allowing for free skin movement and increasing the capacity of the subcutaneous tissues to accept a large volume of extracellular fluid with little rise in tissue pressure.
A B D Fig. 17. Interrupted suture patterns. (A) Simple interrupted sutures. (8) Interrupted horizontal mattress sutures. (e) Interrupted vertical mattress sutures. (0) Halsted sutures (inverted horizontal mattress sutures). 30 2. Instruments and Sutures y c D . /. E F Fig. 18. Continuous suture patterns. (A) Simple continuous suture (through-and-through suture). (8) Simple continuous lock stitch. (C) Continuous horizontal mattress suture. (D) Continuous Lembert suture (continuous vertical mattress suture).
22B); (3) the needle is then advanced proximally into the vein (Fig. 22C); and (4) to ensure that the anesthetic agent will not enter any extravascular tissues, the needle is threaded along the vein for at least 1 cm (Fig. 22D). The syringe plunger is pulled back slightly, and if the needle has been correctly positioned blood should freely enter the syringe. Fig. 22. Venipuncture. A B c 39 C. Max Lang and Howard C. Hughes The needle hub and the syringe barrel are then secured to the limb with adhesive tape, applied in such a way that it does not obscure the syringe markings.