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desoxycorticosterone pivalate administration. Ischemia-reperfusion injury, which is a complex process involving the generation and release of inflammatory cytokines, accumulation and infiltration of neutrophils and macrophages, release of oxygen free radicals

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performed 3 to 7 hours after being bitten. In dogs with snakebites, myocardial injury has been shown to be either induced by cardiotoxins or secondary to systemic inflammatory response. 3 Cardiac troponin I is a highly specific marker for cardiac injury

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treatment must be completely anesthetized and intubated prior to receiving a transthoracic electrical shock. Potential complications of electrical cardioversion include arrhythmogenesis, myocardial injury, dermal injury, and transient mechanical myocardial

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homeostatic disturbances or myocardial abnormalities, ventricular arrhythmias may develop. Other predisposing factors for ventricular tachycardia include primary myocardial disease or inflammation, hypoxic myocardial injury, myocardial toxins, electrolyte

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/lb], IV, q 6 h [3 doses]). The latter 2 treatments were administered as prophylactic measures against oxidant damage related to ischemia-reperfusion injury. Echocardiographic examination revealed hypertrophic cardiomyopathy with concentric left

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of the ventricle remain depolarized at rest because of ischemia or injury and generate currents that travel away from the normal mean electrical axis after the remainder of the healthy ventricle has repolarized. 3,4 As a result, the normally

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. Other than cardiovascular disease, the cat had a history of chronic interstitial kidney disease and episodes of acute kidney injury related to pyelonephritis. The cat was being treated orally with furosemide (0.77 mg/kg [0.35 mg/lb], q 12 h), sotalol

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extensive group B Purkinje system of equids should preclude a ventricular conduction delay that would be detectable on surface ECG tracings, 5 so we presumed there was considerable injury to these conduction fibers. This horse appeared to have had a

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A 9-year-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat was evaluated at a veterinary teaching hospital for right carpal arthrodesis following a traumatic hyperextension injury. At the time of the evaluation, the cat was receiving buprenorphine

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cats are acute kidney failure, urethral obstruction, severe tissue damage or reperfusion injury, metabolic acidosis, and hypoadrenocorticism. 10–12 Persistently high serum potassium concentration in a patient without clinical signs of postrenal

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