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. Hyaluronic acid concentrations in synovial fluid of dogs with different stages of osteoarthritis . Res Vet Sci 2013 ; 94 : 728 – 734 . 10.1016/j.rvsc.2012.11.007 35. Brown DC Boston RC Farrar JT . Use of an activity monitor to detect response to

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hiding, for example, or by becoming hyperactive. “So we start to put activity monitors on those dogs, the outliers— the dogs that show more extreme behaviors, and Vetrax monitors the dog's activity so we can get how many steps they're moving and when they

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. 10.5414/CP201546 33. Mann TM Williams KE Pearce PC , et al. A novel method for activity monitoring in small non-human primates. Lab Anim 2005 ; 39 : 169 – 177 . 10.1258/0023677053739783 34. Raj R Ussavarungsi K Nugent K

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Proceedings . 32nd Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 2010 ; 3847 – 3851 . 19. Nolan M , Mitchell JR , Doyle-Baker PK . Validity of the Apple iPhone/iPod Touch as an accelerometer-based physical activity monitor: a proof-of-concept study . J

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. Physical activity monitoring based on accelerometry: validation and comparison with video observation . Med Biol Eng Comput 1999 ; 37 : 304 – 308 . 10.1007/BF02513304 26. Keegan KG Arafat S Skubic M , et al. Detection of lameness and

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Assoc 2005 ; 226 : 913 – 919 . 10.2460/javma.2005.226.913 14. Lascelles BD Hansen BD Roe S , et al . Evaluation of clientspecific outcome measures and activity monitoring to measure pain relief in cats with osteoarthritis . J Vet Intern

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mouse counted each full inhalation and exhalation cycle for 10 seconds; each count was multiplied by 6. Total activity was then measured by use of an automated computer-counting activity monitoring system, g which consisted of two 16 × 16-photon beam

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questionnaire, activity monitoring, and gait analysis. Dogs given carprofen, tramadol, and ABT-116 had no difference in activity as measured by an accelerometer; however, fewer rescue medications were required in dogs receiving carprofen. In that same study, 28

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routine schedule for feeding and walking dogs after surgery, it was thought that time to the first walk and time to the first meal could be reasonable outcome measures. On the other hand, activity monitors (eg, accelerometers) may provide a more

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10 days). In addition, the owner was instructed to restrict the dog's activities, monitor the dog (overall and the surgical incision site), maintain an E-collar on the dog, and provide incision care. When the dog was returned for a recheck

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