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-specific formula for BSA in a reptile, bearded dragons, has been defined. 18 The following study uses a similar methodology to the bearded dragon report 18 with alterations made in respect to the American bullfrog. To our knowledge, no K constant for BSA has

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reptiles based on empirical clinical experience. 3,27 To our knowledge, no K constant for BSA has been calculated for any species of reptile, and we are unaware of any supportive evidence that traditional formulas for BSA provide accurate estimates in

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W is weight in grams and K is a species-specific constant determined by the shape of the species. 5 The use of computed tomography (CT) to determine a species specific K constant has been described in ferrets ( Mustela putorius furo ), 6 rabbits

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the formula: 2. Calculate the MEC for the RTHAs of the present study with the same formula but with the K constant for non-passerine birds (78) and the RTHAs’ mean body weight of 1.2 kg: 3. Convert the low-dose treatment (grapiprant, 2 mg

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