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immunoassay has been validated for measurement of bovine cTnI concentrations. 19 Although that assay is not portable, it could be used to evaluate the precision of a point-of-care diagnostic assay for measurement of bovine cTnI concentrations in field

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's critical care blood analyzer, although the degree of agreement did vary among analyzers. ABBREVIATIONS POC Point-of-care LA Limits of agreement NAD + Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide a. Lactate Pro, Arkray Inc, Kyoto, Japan. b

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An easy-to-use, point-of-care hematology analyzer should be a useful tool in a veterinary practice, particularly at practices that routinely administer chemotherapy to dogs and cats. A point-of-care hematology analyzer provides CBC results in a

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appropriate control of blood glucose concentrations would be important in hospitalized South American camelids. 6,7 Point-of-care meters have become invaluable in the management of critically ill patients in human and veterinary medicine. 8–11 Appropriately

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enable more precise glycemic management for dogs with anemia or a naturally high Hct. ABBREVIATIONS POC Point-of-care a. K EDTA, 1.6 mg of EDTA/1 mL of blood, catalogue No. 47.556, Sarstedt Haematology, Newton, NC. b. Glucose FH/1

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methods were used for the analysis of cTnI concentrations in those studies. More recently, a point-of-care analyzer c has become available and was validated for measurement of whole blood cTnI concentration in humans. 22 However, it is unknown whether

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progenitor cells 3- to 5-fold, compared with the BMA. 28,33 Neither of these methods currently has a point- of-care availability for the patient, thereby adding additional complexity to an already complex surgery. The purpose of the study reported here was

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culture techniques. 5,6 However, those methods require overnight incubation, which results in turnaround times similar to those for criterion-referenced standard methods. A sensitive and specific test that can be used as a point-of-care method for

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determination of plasma albumin concentration. Protein electrophoresis techniques for avian plasma have been described in detail elsewhere. 10 Point-of-care clinical biochemical analyzers have become more available to veterinarians. However, to our knowledge

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Introduction Point-of-care ultrasonography (POCUS) has been adopted in many equine emergency settings. The use of POCUS to evaluate the adult horse with acute colic (fast localized abdominal sonography of horses – FLASH) is a common protocol

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