Collecting cerebrospinal fluid in a dog may be required to help determine a dogs illness, and help determine treatment of the sore puppy. This video tutorial for veterinarians will show you how to collect the cerebrospinal fluid of a dog, properly.
You will learn what tests are involved in the routine analysis of CSF, and you will learn to appropriate landmarks, animal positioning, and approach to CSF collection from the cisterna magna of the dog.
You'll need a spinal needle, manometer, 3 way stopcock, 3 CC syringe, and gloves for this surgery procedure on a dog.
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