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J , Evaluation of the efficacy of a commercial diet in the dissolution of feline struvite bladder uroliths . Vet Ther 2004 ; 5 : 187 – 201 . 6. Roudebush P Allen TA Dodd CE , Application of evidence-based medicine to veterinary clinical

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1993 ; 54 : 1653 – 1662 . 8. Roudebush P Allen TA Dodd CE , et al . Application of evidence-based medicine to veterinary clinical nutrition . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2004 ; 224 : 1765 – 1771 .

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Review of the Evidence The strength of evidence for the articles reviewed was assigned on the basis of the hierarchy of evidence from the Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine. 2 Published in the AAEP proceedings 3–6 , a,b and peer

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subject are necessary to make informed treatment decisions, the present report provides an example of how the principles of evidence-based medicine, in a targeted approach, can be successfully applied to everyday clinical practice. The search of the PubMed

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question is the evidence-based medicine approach. Three separate search databases were used: CAB Abstract and the PubMed database to search for relevant peer-reviewed journal articles and the Veterinary Information Network to search for recent abstracts

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rice, Feedcon, Mervo Products BV, Doetinchem, The Netherlands. d. Prescription Diet d/d Canine, Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc, Topeka, Kan. References 1. Roudebush P Allen TA Dodd CE , et al. Application of evidence-based medicine to

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. It had also returned to hunting with occasional lameness and signs of soreness after full days of hunting, which responded to rest and NSAID treatment. Discussion At this point in the progression of evidence-based medicine in veterinary

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