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urine culture results was for a separate cat: one from which Escherichia coli was isolated, and the other from which Staphylococcus epidermidis was isolated. Of the 46 renal pelvis urine samples that did not yield growth on bacterial culture, 25 (54

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for review, and short-term follow-up to suture removal was available. All patients required negative urine culture results prior to the procedure or 48 hours of appropriate antimicrobial administration prior to the procedure to reduce the likelihood of

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not visualized on radiography or ultrasonography. The purulent material from the right renal pelvis was submitted for anaerobic and aerobic bacterial urine culture and susceptibility testing, and an Enterococcus sp was isolated. During surgery

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AST data for participating companion animal PPs, practice managers were asked to generate lists of patients with billing codes for aerobic bacterial culture and urine culture during the study period. On the basis of patient identification numbers and

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/dL). Feline immunodeficiency virus and feline leukemia virus status, urine cultures, and total T4 levels were noted where available. For the pancreatitis group, cats were excluded for an equivocal PLI result (4.5 to 8.7 μg/L) with no abdominal ultrasound

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obesity? Dr. Pritchard recommended that baseline diagnostics should consist of weight, the physical examination, a complete blood count, chemistry with triglycerides, urinalysis, urine culture, and a thyroid panel. Run additional diagnostics on the

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suspected on the basis of negative results of urine culture and a low urine pH with highly radiopaque stones, potassium citrate supplementation (75 mg/kg [34 mg/lb], PO, q 12 h) was recommended long-term and the urine pH and serum potassium concentration

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, culture of specimens other than or in addition to blood is indicated. Culture of postabortion vaginal discharge is helpful 11,12,16 ; also, shedding of B canis in semen can persist for ≥ 2 years, 13 and urine cultures can yield isolates of the organism

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