Technical Bulletins

Technical Bulletins are by: M. Michael Swindle, DVM, Professor Emeritus and former Chairman, Dept. of Comparative Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina:

Pain Control & Pain Research in Swine

Neurodegenerative Disease Models in Swine

Drug Dosages & Continuous Rate Infusion Protocols for Cardiovascular Research in Swine

Anesthesia & Analgesia in Swine

Nonsurgical Vascular Catheterization Techniques in Swine

Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Ischemic Heart Failure Models in Pigs

Interventional Cardiovascular Procedures in Swine

Intestinal Anastomosis and Intestinal Infusion Catheter in Swine

Miniature Swine Urological Models

Vascular Studies in Pigs

Surgical and Nonsurgical Drug Delivery

Why Use Miniature Swine in Osteoporosis

Trauma Models in Swine

Toxicology and Pharmacology in Swine

Swine as Models in Dental Research

Principles of Thoracic Surgery

Porcine Ophthalmic Models

Porcine Integumentary System Models: Part 2-Wound Healing

Porcine Integumentary System Models: Part 1 – Dermal Toxicology

Perioperative Care of Swine

Interesting Facts about Miniature Swine and Bone Research

Hemorrhagic Shock Models in Swine

Handling, Husbandry and Injection Techniques

Diabetes Mellitus and the Cardiometabolic Syndrome in Swine

Developmental Guidelines in Swine

Comparative Anatomy of the Pig

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