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glycosylated hemoglobin concentration can both be useful tools for monitoring glycemic control, 22 serum fructosamine concentration is affected much more rapidly than glycosylated hemoglobin concentration when persistent hyperglycemia occurs. Thus, the purpose

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. Significant abnormalities noted on plasma biochemistry panel (Catalyst One; IDEXX Laboratories) included hyperglycemia (107 mg/dL; reference interval, 45 to 70 mg/dL) and hypoalbuminemia. Peritoneal fluid analysis revealed a total nucleated cell count of 200

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hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia are common in young, anorexic rabbits and in critically ill rabbits, respectively. 26 A recent study 5 provided the first evidence that clinical monitoring of blood glucose in pet rabbits should be recommended: blood glucose

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arthroscopy if indicated. Prior to anesthesia, a CBC and serum biochemical analyses were performed, with the only abnormality being mild hyperglycemia (135 mg/dL; reference range, 50 to 107 mg/dL). The following day, general anesthesia was induced and CT was

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10 3 cells/µL) and monocytosis (1.45 X 10 3 cells/µL; RI, 0.15 to 1.35 X 10 3 cells/µL). Clinicopathologic abnormalities included marked hyperglycemia (395 mg/dL; RI, 74 to 143 mg/dL) and high alanine transaminase (146 U/L; RI, 10 to 140 U

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. Band neutrophilia was identified in 7 horses. Moderate hyperglycemia (median, 169 mg/dL; mean, 165 ± 36 mg/dL; range, 106 to 259 mg/dL) and mildly high serum creatine kinase activity (median, 1,302 U/L; mean, 2,859 ± 3,602 U/L; range, 335 to 12,617 U

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hyperglycemia within the patient. 2 Determination of and monitoring of serum fructosamine concentrations has become an important part of the diagnosis and management of diabetes mellitus in dogs and cats, 3,4 and its use has also been explored in numerous

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dogs and 67 to 168 mg/dL for cats, and serum glucose concentrations below or above those ranges were characterized as being consistent with hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia, respectively. Statistical analysis —For each sample type (serum, plasma, and

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hypertriglyceridemia (581 mg/dL; reference range, 4 to 44 mg/dL), hyperglycemia (581 mg/dL; reference range, 71 to 122 mg/dL), hyperlactatemia (17 mmol/L; reference limit, < 2 mmol/L); moderate hyponatremia (126.1 mEq/L; reference range, 134 to 142 mEq/L); mild

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In human and small animal medicine, hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia are common hematologic abnormalities. Treatment for either condition requires serial measurements of blood glucose concentrations with near instantaneous results. Therefore, POC

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research