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recovery after an endurance ride. Studies 15,16 involving human endurance athletes have revealed increases in circulating concentrations and activities of cardiac biomarkers following exercise, leading to the hypothesis that prolonged exercise in humans

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evaluate the dynamics of circulating cardiac biomarker concentrations in cats and their presumed return toward baseline after reversal of the drug that is causing the increase in afterload. Changes in circulating concentrations of cardiac biomarkers are

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-sided congestive heart failure. 1 , 2 Despite being the most common cardiac disease in dogs, the pathogenesis of MMVD has not yet been elucidated. 1 , 2 Cardiac biomarkers, such as N-terminal pro-brain natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP), cardiac troponin I (cTnI

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changes in concentrations of cardiac biomarkers and activities of enzymes in serum as indicators of myocardial or skeletal damage may be clinically important because the use of TCP is gaining popularity in the treatment of bradyarrhythmias in small animals

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and measurement of cardiac biomarkers and will prolong survival time. Materials and Methods Animals Ten client-owned dogs with a first episode of CHF secondary to MMVD admitted to the Tufts Foster Hospital for Small Animals were enrolled in

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all subsequent analyses involving sample acquisition time (time). Descriptive statistics for measures of glucose metabolism ( Table 1 ); select cardiac biomarkers and echocardiographic variables ( Table 2 ); select hematologic, biochemical, and

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subsequently performed. Resolution of osteomyelitis was confirmed by CT 11 months after the initial surgery. See page 1027 Equine Heart rate, arrhythmia frequency, and cardiac biomarker values in horses during recovery after a long

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dyspnea Discriminating between cardiac and noncardiac causes of dyspnea in cats can be challenging, especially if echocardiography is not readily available. Cardiac biomarkers are currently being investigated as adjunct tests that may help clinicians

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dogs of 3 breeds (Doberman Pinscher, Golden Retriever, and Miniature Schnauzer) that had undergone echocardiography and measurement of serum cardiac biomarker (N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide and high-sensitivity cardiac troponin I

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-of-care analyzer allows rapid, portable, and accurate detection of cTnI in equine plasma samples. Stall-side assessment of this cardiac biomarker in horses should enhance the ability of practicing clinicians to detect myocardial damage and aid in the management and

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