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The potential for injuries and illnesses is an important concern when personnel are deployed from the United States to respond to disasters in foreign countries, particularly because of the unique challenges that exist with respect to

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prolonged dry weather conditions from spring to fall, low humidity, and presence of strong winds. 2 In wildfire emergencies, veterinary care for burn injuries of domestic animals might be performed efficiently in the field or in temporary shelters. 3

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resolved after drug discontinuation, liver biopsy was infrequently pursued. In more seriously ill humans who underwent liver biopsy, histopathologic features were characterized by variable injury patterns, including massive panlobular necrosis in patients

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outcome measure in clinical trials and development of improved diagnostic testing methods. 29 Dogs with severe, chronic thoracolumbar SCI commonly develop signs of spasticity weeks to months after the initial injury. 3,5,30 However, no clinical

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hematological examination, which varied from poorly to strongly regenerative. Blood film examination documented several erythrocyte morphology changes consistent with fragmentation injury including spherocytosis, schistocytosis, and acanthocytosis. The

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arthroscopic scores of joint injury severity. On the basis of observations in a previous study 36 in which serum and SF BAP activities were evaluated in horses with OCI, we hypothesized that exercise and OCI would increase SF CTX-II concentrations and decrease

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Animals are an integral part of the lives of many Americans. An estimated 39% of United States households include ≥ 1 dog, and 33% include ≥ 1 cat. 1 Many occupations and certain hobbies also put individuals at increased risk of injury from

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has been shown to inhibit glutathione reductase, suggesting decreases in reduced glutathione levels. 20 Decreases in concentrations of endogenous antioxidants, such as glutathione, have been implicated in the development of drug-induced liver injury

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Acute kidney injury involves a rapid loss of renal function and is associated with high morbidity and mortality rates in humans and other animals. 1,2 Toxic injuries caused by chemical or chemotherapeutic agents are the major cause of AKI. 1

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Introduction Sepsis-induced acute kidney injury (AKI) is a frequent, well-documented complication in critically ill human patients and is associated with an increased risk of mortality. 1 – 3 While research on sepsis-induced AKI in veterinary

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