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. Stone analysis reported 100% calcium oxalate dihydrate. Culture and sensitivity testing of the cystolith, urine, and piece of bladder mucosa did not show growth. After surgery, the dog received oxymorphone (0.1 mg/kg, IV, q 6 h), cefazolin (22 mg/kg, IV

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and strong ion gap were significantly lower in the diabetic dogs than in the healthy dogs. In addition, serum sodium, chloride, creatinine, and calcium concentrations and venous partial pressure of C O 2 were significantly lower in diabetic dogs than

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included concentrations of sodium; potassium; chloride; bicarbonate; SUN; creatinine; calcium; phosphate; magnesium; glucose; total protein; albumin; globulin; cholesterol; and total, direct, and indirect bilirubin and activities of alanine aminotransferase

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mechanism is parathyroid-related peptide production by the tumor, which has the same action as parathyroid hormone, stimulating both osteoclastic bone resorption and increased calcium tubular resorption via the kidneys. 41 Parathyroid-related peptide was

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.70 0.69    Glucose (mg/dL) 0.999 (0.986–1.013) 0.94 0.94    Calcium (mg/dL) 0.550 (0.107–2.817) 0.47 0.47    Phosphate (mg/dL) 1.211 (0.635–2.310) 0.56 0.56    Total protein (g/dL) 1.450 (0.319–6.615) 0

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overtime, such as increased sodium, potassium, chloride and ionized calcium blood concentrations. 25 It is likely that fish intrinsic physiologic parameters, including renal and gill metabolism, also affect MS-222 efficacy. After acetylation, non

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signs of systemic illness (fever, lethargy, malaise, vomiting, or signs of abdominal pain). 25 Laboratory diagnostics were performed at each recheck and included a CBC, renal profile (urea, creatinine, sodium, potassium, chloride, total CO 2 , calcium

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