TITLE

AVALIAÇÃO DE CADÁVERES QUIMICAMENTE PRESERVADOS

AUTHOR(S)
da Silva, Joelma Jesus; Moreira da Costa Neto, João; de Jesus Moraes, Vinicius; Teixeira, Diana Mello; Martins Filho, Emanoel Ferreira; Conceição Junior, Deusdete Gomes
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Archives of Veterinary Science;SUP2012, Vol. 17 Issue S1, p69
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Chemically preserved corpses can be used to assure the dexterity of the surgeon, for both, their characteristics should present itself like a living animal. Various formulations can be used for this purpose, however, the existing studies are limited experimentation, not seeking the opinion of end users. This work brings the view 24 Veterinarians about lived experience in a course of veterinary orthopedics, using chemically preserved dogs.
ACCESSION #
88950555

 

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