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dietary copper and hepatic injury, and the higher copper content of current commercial dog foods, compared with foods marketed prior to the revised guidelines for dietary copper, we believe that it would be prudent to reexamine dietary copper

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responsibilities may depend on the owner’s circumstances and stage of life as well as the pet’s stage of life. 2 , 3 When a pet’s needs increase, as is the case with illness or injury, the stresses inherent in pet ownership are accentuated. Pets are completely

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reasonable to try to determine the size of the benefit of administering clopidogrel to cats with moderate to severe HCM to reduce the risk of ATE and weigh that against the cost of administration (quality of life, stress to cat or client, client injury by the

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-related professionals. 15 Since these situations inherently involve death, they meet the criteria for what the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders considers “trauma”—that is, “exposure to actual or threatened death, serious injury, or sexual

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among the most commonly misused medications. The most frequently treated medication conditions were pain, arthritis, or blunt/musculoskeletal injury, and various infections (including respiratory, skin, eye, and gastrointestinal). The surveyed

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vertebrates . Physiol Rev 2017 ; 97 : 623 – 665 . 10.1152/physrev.00016.2016 27. Vale TA Symmonds M Polydefkis M , et al. Chronic non-freezing cold injury results in neuropathic pain due to a sensory neuropathy . Brain 2017 ; 140 : 2557

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, Carpenter M . Rabies virus infection: role of the rabies virus phosphoprotein in producing neuronal injury mediated by mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress . Int J Infect Dis . 2016 ; 45 ( suppl 1 ): 438 . doi: 10.1016/j.ijid.2016.02.930 34

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illness and injury in which they are trained, veterinarians also have the knowledge and expertise to detect, diagnose, and treat adverse clinical conditions caused by CC. 2 , 7 Greater knowledge about the drivers of CC would empower veterinarians to

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-profit, academic, and private partners that were used to rapidly triage wildlife. 31 Triage teams included veterinarians, veterinary nurses, and zoo staff knowledgeable in applicable husbandry practices. Given the intensity of the fires and resulting injuries, 20

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phosphorus may be toxic to cells and can lead to premature cellular aging. Increased dietary phosphorus intake can lead to an increased renal phosphate burden, tubular injury, and interstitial fibrosis. 48 , 49 Additionally, both PTH and FGF-23 may have

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