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under the instruction of their veterinarian to do so. In recent years, there have been several publications reporting the use of a point-of-care, bacteriuria, rapid immunoassay (RIA) urine detection test (RapidBacVet; Silver Lake Research Corp). 3 – 5

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an initial rapid increase, with a peak in approximately the first third (initial 15 to 40 seconds) of the total upstroke phase. This initial peak was terminated by a comparatively small decrease in BP of approximately 5 to 20 mm Hg and immediately

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lymphocytes were mostly small to intermediate in size (92%) with a low proportion (8%) of large cells, some of which were in mitosis. Owing to the poor prognosis associated with the deteriorating clinical condition and rapid development and progression of

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acidosis severity in diarrheic calves has not been described. The purpose of the study reported here was to develop a diagnostic diagram for rapid field assessment of acidosis severity in calves with acute diarrhea and to compare acid-base balance and

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rapid suture expansion and distraction osteogenesis have also been used to move tissues of the hard palate caudally to facilitate closure 5–7 with specialized equipment. Buccal mucosal flaps, corticocancellous graft, materials such as collagen matrix

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University College of Veterinary Medicine. The Center aims to take a leading role in keeping the state's food supply safe by using technologies developed in-house for the rapid detection of food pathogens. The Center was conceived and initiated by Dean Ruby

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report that oral chlorambucil in cats is absorbed rapidly from the GI tract, with a peak plasma concentration of approximately 170 ng/mL within 15 minutes and a terminal half-life of 1.8 hours. A smaller secondary peak in plasma chlorambucil concentration

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

detecting UTI of a dog offers several advantages, including improvement in choice of empirical treatments, ease of client communication regarding the treatment, and potentially a more rapid resolution of the patient's discomfort and clinical signs. Several

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horses, we have used a low-pressure, rapidly inflating-deflating air pillow that safely prolongs lateral recumbency until it becomes evident that horses are able to stand in a coordinated fashion. 3 During recumbency, the pillow provides uniform support

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combination of clinical and postmortem examination and laboratory or onsite diagnostic tests. A rapid and reliable diagnostic test would therefore be an essential tool in a national strategy to prevent and control an ASF epidemic. The most accurate protocol

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