Sheep and Pigs as Animal Models of Bacteremia

  • D. J. Dehring


Bacteremia in pigs and sheep are discussed together because both pigs and sheep, as well as goats, cows and cats, have prominent pulmonary intravascular macrophages. These animal species develop acute respiratory failure following an initial exposure to bacteria or endotoxin (Dehring and Wismar 1989 a). It is not known if prominent pulmonary intravascular macrophages and developing pulmonary dysfunction with sepsis is a coincidental or a causative relationship. Only a few studies have examined whether potential mediators of septic dysfunction are released from pulmonary intravascular macrophages.


Pulmonary Hypertension Acute Respiratory Failure Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome African Swine Fever Virus Circ Shock 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • D. J. Dehring
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of AnesthesiologyUniversity of Texas Medical Branch, Shriners Burns InstituteGalvestonUSA

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