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baseline for activity studies. Dow et al 35 evaluated activity counts for healthy, normal-weight dogs during 2 consecutive weeks. It was concluded that a 7-day sampling interval was reliable for activity monitoring. For longer intervention studies, a 7-day

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. Examples include client questionnaires or the use of activity-monitoring devices such as accelerometers and pedometers. 14–20 The most accurate quantitative measure of steps can be acquired through accelerometer use; however, the cost of accelerometers

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; 226 : 401 – 403 . 10.2460/javma.2005.226.401 26 Lascelles BD Hansen BD Roe S , et al . Evolution of client-specificoutcomes ans activity monitoring to measuring pain releif in cats with osteoarthritis . J Vet Intern Med 2007 ; 21 : 410

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Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. At least, that's what the caretakers call the activity monitoring devices the dolphins wear for research. “It (the device) is basically the equivalent of a dolphin Fitbit or dolphin Apple Watch

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interval for activity monitoring in companion dogs . Am J Vet Res 2009 ; 70 : 444 – 448 . 10.2460/ajvr.70.4.444 10. STATGRAPHICS Centurion XVI user manual . Warrenton, Va : StatPoint Technologies Inc , 2009 . Available at: www

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administration of meloxicam or butorphanol in onychectomized cats . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2005 ; 226 : 913 – 919 . 10.2460/javma.2005.226.913 9. Lascelles BD Hansen BD Roe S , et al . Evaluation of client-specific outcome measures and activity

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tramadol in cats, 3 – 6 a recent placebo-controlled, blinded crossover study 7 reveals that oral administration of 2 mg of tramadol/kg every 12 hours to geriatric cats optimized activity counts as determined with a collar-mounted activity monitor and

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. These include development of clinical practice guidelines, education of physicians and patients, restriction of available antimicrobials, use of antimicrobial order forms, feedback activities, monitoring of prescription patterns, use of antimicrobial

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, and management influences; development and validation of sick-animal detection algorithms based on activity counts; and comparison of outcomes for traditional health detection systems versus systems based on remote activity monitoring. Although results

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. Evaluation of client-specific outcome measures and activity monitoring to measure pain relief in cats with osteoarthritis . J Vet Intern Med 2007 ; 21 : 410 – 416 . 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2007.tb02983.x 29. Mellanby RJ Herrtage ME Dobson JM

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