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immune response and decreased heart rate, fecal cortisol levels, and glucocorticoid metabolites. 5 , 6 α-Casozepine (Zylkene) is a tryptic peptide that has demonstrated calming anxiolytic-like effects in treated horses. This bioactive peptide originates

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, MindGarden) and objectively using salivary cortisol levels. 10 Results of this study correlated a high level of stress with an increased number of errors performed in a surgical trainer, increased time to perform surgical exercises and poorer instrument

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production farm in Argentina. The solid line represents the correlation line, the dotted lines represent the 95% CI of the correlation line, and each circle represents the results for 1 animal. On the contrary, plasmatic cortisol levels increased

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systolic BP were recorded, and whole blood was obtained for cortisol measurements and centrifuged at 2,500 rpm for 10 minutes, with the resulting serum saved in a –80 °C freezer until samples could be tested in batches. Serum cortisol levels were measured

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(Greiner Bio-One North America Inc) and placed on ice until plasma cortisol levels could be processed. Plasma cortisol concentrations from each sample were analyzed in duplicate with a radioimmunoassay (RIA) system using methods adapted from Kleinhenz et al

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. 8. Annane D Sebille V Troche G , A 3-level prognostic classification in septic shock based on cortisol levels and cortisol response to corticotropin . JAMA 2000 ; 283 : 1038 – 1045 . 9. Bollaert PE Fieux F Charpentier C , Baseline

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classification in septic shock based on cortisol levels and cortisol response to corticotropin . JAMA 2000 ; 283 : 1038 – 1045 . 10.1001/jama.283.8.1038 6. Bollaert PE Fieux F Charpentier C , et al. Baseline cortisol levels, cortisol response to

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was performed by a board-certified radiologist, confirming the presence of both adrenal glands along with minimal abdominal effusion, which was attributed to the recent OH. The ACTH stimulation test 1 revealed cortisol levels of 5.4, 8.4, and 9.4 µg

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critically ill dogs, in Proceedings . 11th Int Vet Emerg Crit Care Symp 2005;1050. e. Gold JR, Divers TJ, Bain FT. Cortisol levels in septic foals (responsive or unresponsive to fluid therapy) in comparison to normal foals, in Proceedings . 11th Int Vet

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extensor muscles. The symptoms of increased muscle tone begin randomly and do not depend on time of diagnosis or treatment of hyperadrenocorticism. 2 It seems that pharmacological control of cortisol levels has no role in the onset of the symptoms. 2

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