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, chemistry with triglycerides, urinalysis, urine culture, and a thyroid panel. Run additional diagnostics on the basis of suspected concurrent conditions. Condensed from Sept. 1, 2021 , JAVMA News VETERINARY FIRST RESPONDER CERTIFICATION MOVES APACE

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Quantitative bacteriologic urine culture X X X X X X X X X X Indirect blood pressure X X X X X X X X X X X X UPUC X X X X X PTH and ionized calcium X X X

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, > 1.030 for healthy and hydrated dogs). No other abnormalities were detected on urinalysis or serum biochemical analysis. A history of positive bacteriologic urine culture results was documented for 25 of 30 (83%) dogs, with Escherichia coli

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Zhao X . DNA gyrase, topoisomerase I V, and the 4-quinolones . Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 1997 ; 61 : 377 – 392 . 34. Hilt EE McKinley K Pearce MM , et al. Urine is not sterile: use of enhanced urine culture techniques to detect resident

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the results of treatment. The dog was noted to have a very strong urine stream with no signs of incontinence. The dog was monitored regularly by the primary care veterinarian with repeated urinalyses and urine cultures and had not had further urinary

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3 cases showed signs of mild intermittent splaying of the pelvic limbs and 2 of the 3 cases (cases 1 and 2) presented with mild stranguria. Case 1 also presented with intermittent hematuria for 6 weeks postsurgery, with a negative urine culture on 3

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evidence of infection (eg, urinalysis and urine culture results), patterns of local and national antimicrobial resistance, and duration of antimicrobial prescriptions in relation to the 2019 ISCAID guidelines indicating 3 to 5 days as the recommended

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Osborne CA , et al. Comparison of collection techniques for quantitative urine culture in dogs . J Am Vet Med Assoc 1978 ; 173 : 296 – 298 . 16. Comer KM Ling GV . Results of urinalysis and bacterial culture of canine urine obtained by

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32 (87%) dogs had a positive urine culture result recorded before ELA of vaginal remnants, compared with 23 of 36 (64%) at any point within the follow-up period following ELA of vaginal remnants ( P = 0.039). One dog died of presumptive

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veterinarians may elect to not remove recurrent cystic calculi. The dog that developed a magnesium ammonium phosphate calculus during the follow-up period was a spayed female Shih Tzu in diet group B. Unfortunately, there were no records of a urinalysis or urine

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