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Abstract

Following reports from a number of sources regarding burns and overheating of animals in veterinary practice, BSAVA has produced information that may be useful in ensuring treatment of animals for hypothermia or maintaining body temperature during surgery or other procedures is carried out safely. Last reviewed 2016

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