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glucosuria are diabetes mellitus and primary renal glucosuria. The ability to accurately evaluate urine concentrating ability in diabetic patients is extremely important because many have concurrent disorders. 7 Because of the perception that urine glucose

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tract disease, lameness, hepatic lipidosis, nonallergic skin diseases, and diabetes mellitus. 1,5 Objective identification and quantification of the degree of adiposity in individual animals is important for measuring the success of nutritional

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correlate well with plasma glucose concentrations. 3,4 Continuous glucose monitoring systems have been validated in veterinary patients and are used to assist in the regulation of diabetes mellitus. 5,6 Such systems have not, however, been evaluated as a

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concentrations were not observed until as long as 17 to 24 hours after feeding, 7,10 whereas in humans with type 2 diabetes mellitus, postprandial triglyceride concentrations were still significantly higher than the baseline values 11 hours after eating, 39

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These effects are essential in the management of dogs with joint disease such as osteoarthritis, 24 – 26 with diabetes mellitus or with obesity, 27 , 28 which are often reported in osteoarthritic 7 , 25 and old dogs. 29 , 30 Inaccuracies in

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concentration in the management of diabetes mellitus . Compend Contin Educ Pract Vet 2001 ; 23 : 544 – 557 . 3. Wess G Reusch C . Evaluation of five portable blood glucose meters for use in dogs . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2000 ; 216 : 203 – 209 . 10

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shelter. One dog was noticed to be emaciated during physical examination and, upon review of laboratory results, was found to have diabetes mellitus. Seven shelter dogs appeared healthy upon physical examination but had minor abnormalities in their

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glucose monitoring for animals with diabetes mellitus . J Am Anim Hosp Assoc 2004 ; 40 : 171 – 173 . 10.5326/0400171 4. Wiedmeyer CE , DeClue AE . Continuous glucose monitoring in dogs and cats . J Vet Intern Med 2008 ; 22 : 2 – 8 . 10

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and apoptosis. 2 , 5 In dogs, oxidative stress has been identified with diabetes mellitus, chronic kidney disease, heart disease and congestive heart failure, and anemia. 6–12 However, the methods used to evaluate oxidative stress are inconsistent

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Point-of-care glucometers are widely used for quick and easy measurement of blood glucose concentration in veterinary patients, particularly dogs and cats with diabetes mellitus. 1–7 In a 2015 study by Tauk et al, 1 glucose concentrations in

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