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hospitalized died or were euthanized. See page 65 Impact of collaborative care on survival time for dogs with congestive heart failure and revenue for attending primary care veterinarians Collaboration in patient care between primary care family

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congestive heart failure Pimobendan has become part of the standard of care for management of dogs with congestive heart failure. Now, results of a new study suggest that the addition of pimobendan to traditional treatment regimens may also substantially

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NT-proBNP concentration for differentiation of congestive heart failure from primary respiratory tract disease in dogs Serum N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide concentration is typically high in dogs with cardiac disease, suggesting that it

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for distinguishing healthy cats from cats with cardiomyopathy and may also be useful in distinguishing, among cats with cardiomyopathy, those with congestive heart failure from those without. In the study, plasma NT-proANP concentration was measured in

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the price of their calves by implementing these practices. See page 451 Effects of treatment in dogs with congestive heart failure secondary to degenerative mitral valve disease and dilated cardiomyopathy Results of a new study suggest

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with ascites attributable to right-sided congestive heart failure A new retrospective case-control study seeks to determine whether dogs with ascites secondary to right-sided congestive heart failure have bleeding disorders associated with

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that valvular regurgitation was the most common echocardiographic abnormality and was diagnosed in 49 of 95 ferrets. Congestive heart failure was diagnosed in 17 of the 95 ferrets, which included all 4 ferrets that had dilated cardiomyopathy. Of the 65

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heart failure by 1 year of age, but little has been published regarding treatment of this condition in cats. In a review of medical records for 28 cats with PDA, 17 of 26 (65%) cats did not have overt signs at the time of initial evaluation. Multiple

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of congestive heart failure were found to have echocardiographic evidence of tricuspid regurgitation and multiple hyperechoic structures consistent with adult Dirofilaria immitis within the right atrium, right ventricle, and main pulmonary artery

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year old with echocardiographically normal systolic function and without any history of syncope or congestive heart failure, number of ventricular premature contractions per 24 hours, as determined by 24-hour ambulatory ECG, ranged from 0 to 62

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