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hospitalized died or were euthanized. See page 65 Impact of collaborative care on survival time for dogs with congestive heart failure and revenue for attending primary care veterinarians Collaboration in patient care between primary care family

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congestive heart failure Pimobendan has become part of the standard of care for management of dogs with congestive heart failure. Now, results of a new study suggest that the addition of pimobendan to traditional treatment regimens may also substantially

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NT-proBNP concentration for differentiation of congestive heart failure from primary respiratory tract disease in dogs Serum N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide concentration is typically high in dogs with cardiac disease, suggesting that it

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for distinguishing healthy cats from cats with cardiomyopathy and may also be useful in distinguishing, among cats with cardiomyopathy, those with congestive heart failure from those without. In the study, plasma NT-proANP concentration was measured in

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the price of their calves by implementing these practices. See page 451 Effects of treatment in dogs with congestive heart failure secondary to degenerative mitral valve disease and dilated cardiomyopathy Results of a new study suggest

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A 10-year-old 30.2-kg (66.4-lb) spayed female Doberman Pinscher was referred for evaluation of suspected congestive heart failure. The dog was reported to have a 2- to 3-day history of a progressive, nonproductive dry cough with no other pertinent

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A 12-year-old 22.3-kg (49.1-lb) spayed female Australian Shepherd was presented for a cardiac recheck evaluation. Approximately 1 month earlier, a diagnosis of left-sided congestive heart failure (CHF) secondary to presumptive myxomatous mitral

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congestive heart failure. Echocardiographic findings included moderate to severe left atrial and left ventricular enlargement with reduced left ventricular systolic function (fractional shortening, 20% [reference range, > 25%] 1,2 ; area shortening, 39

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A1-year-old 27.5-kg (60.5-lb) sexually intact male Boxer was evaluated because of right-sided congestive heart failure and exercise intolerance. Current treatments included furosemide (2.98 mg/kg [1.35 mg/lb], PO, q 8 h), benazepril hydrochloride

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8 months after defibrillation. Discussion The case described in the present report illustrated the rapidly progressive and near fatal consequences of the comorbidities of acutely decompensated dilated cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure

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