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John Deen, dvm , p h d Department of Veterinary Population Medicine College of Veterinary Medicine University of Minnesota Saint Paul, Minn Calcium carbonate urolithiasis in male versus female goats I wanted to comment on the report by

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report, we respectfully disagree that our food was the cause of this ailment. All of our foods are formulated to have a calcium-to-phosphorus ratio of 1.4:1. At the same time, we do not want to minimize the severity of the situation, and as a

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.11.1429 In the Anesthesia Case of the Month article published in the December 1, 2011, issue of JAVMA , 1 there appear to be 2 incorrect descriptions regarding the effects of hyperkalemia and the administration of calcium gluconate on the resting membrane

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dressing. 6,7 Also, calcium alginate dressings that become saturated with exudate and act as a matrix for microbial proliferation can be avoided. Applying a combination of traditional and novel treatments will become vital as more dogs develop chronic

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l(+)-tartaric acid (E 334), sodium tartrates (E 335), potassium tartrates (E 336), potassium sodium tartrate (E 337) and calcium tartrate (E 354) as food additives . EFSA J 2020 ; 18 : e06030 . 2. Inoue K , Morikawa T , Takahashi M

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, including moisture content, may exert various effects on lower urinary tract disorders of cats. 1 For example, moisture content of the diet has been reported to play a significant role in risk for calcium oxalate, but not struvite, urolith formation. Many

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.1016/S0955-2863(03)00077-9 4. de Fornel-Thibaud P Blanchard G Escoffier-Chateau L , et al . Unusual case of osteopenia associated with nutritional calcium and vitamin D deficiency in an adult dog . J Am Anim Hosp Assoc 2007 ; 43 : 52 – 60

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