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. Auscultation was used for the detection of heart murmurs. ECG —Base-apex ECG was performed by use of a portable ECG unit d and needle electrodes. 1 The ECG measurements were obtained by 1 investigator (DBA) at a paper speed of 25 mm/s and sensitivity of 5

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and accurate diagnosis and emergency care are required. Auscultation and thoracic radiography are standard methods for the detection of CPE in dogs. Auscultation allows evaluation of heart murmurs as well as the presence or absence of pulmonary edema

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/17]), and heart murmur detected on cardiac auscultation (11.8% [2/17]). Preoperative diagnostics Preoperative laboratory diagnostic tests performed in the cats of this study included CBC (17/17), serum biochemistry profile (17/17), urinalysis (2

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, grade III/VI heart murmur 7 African grey (Congo) Female 26 Voice change 3–4 wk Harsh lung/air sac sounds, dyspnea, dehydration 8 African grey (Congo) Male 25 Dyspnea Unrecorded Wheezing on auscultation, dyspnea

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heart murmur. Euthanasia by administration of acepromazine (0.3 mg/kg [0.14 mg/lb], IM) followed by pentobarbital euthanasia solution (85.9 mg/kg [39 mg/lb], IV) was elected at that time. Gross necropsy revealed that the right ventricle of the heart was

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heartbeats. Cardiac auscultation revealed a regularly irregular rhythm attributed to profound variations in heart rate that appeared to be related to respiration. Mean heart rate was 70 beats/min. No heart murmur was detected. Echocardiography did not reveal

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myodegeneration or myonecrosis (or both). 1 , 2 , 3 Tachypnea, tachycardia, and heart murmurs typically develop and become more prominent as the disease progresses. 4 Common gross lesions of disseminated idiopathic myofasciitis typically include atrophy of the

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time required to return to resting values. This also provides opportunity to evaluate noise (eg, signs of roaring, heaves, and heart murmurs), evidence of epistaxis, and lameness. bull; Results of any special examinations determined to be desirable

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assessment included auscultation to detect a heart murmur or arrhythmia and pre- and postoperative systolic blood pressure measurements. Hypertension was defined as a systolic blood pressure > 170 mm Hg. For cats with preoperative thoracic radiographs, a

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heart rate, respiratory rate, and capillary refill time were within reference ranges, and mucous membrane color was normal. The body condition score was 4 or 5 on a scale from 1 to 9. A systolic heart murmur (grade III/VI) over the left cardiac apex was

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