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Retrospective evaluation of sildenafil citrate as a therapy for pulmonary hypertension in dogs.
TLDR
Sildenafil appeared to be well tolerated in dogs with PH and was associated with decreased PAPs and amelioration of clinical signs in most and represents a reasonable treatment option for dogs with pulmonary hypertension.
Metabolic acid-base disorders in the critical care unit.
TLDR
The clinical approach to patients with metabolic alkalosis and metabolic acidosis is discussed and the role of weak and strong acids in the genesis of metabolic acid-base disorders is reviewed.
Canine awake head-out plethysmography (HOP): Characterization of external resistive loading and spontaneous laryngeal paralysis
TLDR
HOP precisely characterized sR(aw) in response to external resistive loading, which could accurately quantify airway obstruction in awake dogs with laryngeal paralysis.
Association of expiratory airway dysfunction with marked obesity in healthy adult dogs.
TLDR
During normal breathing, body condition score did not influence airway function, DLCO, or arterial blood gas variables, and during hyperpnea, expiratory sRaw was significantly greater in healthy adult dogs.
Association of expiratory airway dysfunction with marked obesity in healthy adult dogs.
TLDR
In dogs, obesity appeared to cause airflow limitation during the expiratory phase of breathing, but this was only evident during hyperpnea, which suggests that flow limitation is dynamic and likely occurs in the distal portions of the airways.
Incidence of acute lung injury in dogs receiving transfusions.
TLDR
VetALI occurred in dogs that received transfusions at a frequency similar to that previously reported for ARDS in ill dogs that did not receive transfusions, and was significantly less than the reported incidence of TRALI in humans.
Endoscopic polypectomy using endocautery in three dogs and one cat.
  • D. Foy, J. Bach
  • Medicine
    Journal of the American Animal Hospital…
  • 1 May 2010
TLDR
Endoscopic polypectomy may be a viable alternative to surgery in veterinary patients with gastric or colonic polyps, and was reviewed in three dogs and one cat.
The effect of body position, sedation, and thoracic bandaging on functional residual capacity in healthy deep-chested dogs.
TLDR
The objective of this study was to determine the effect of body position, chest wrap, and sedation on functional residual capacity (FRC) in 6 healthy dogs, determined by helium dilution (re-breathing) whilst in different clinically relevant conditions.
A case of necrolytic migratory erythema managed for 24 months with intravenous amino acid and lipid infusions.
  • J. Bach, S. A. Glasser
  • Biology, Medicine
    The Canadian veterinary journal = La revue…
  • 1 September 2013
TLDR
A 9-year-old castrated male Shetland sheepdog was diagnosed with necrolytic migratory erythema and hepatocutaneous syndrome and treated with intermittent intravenous amino acids as needed to control cutaneous lesions.
Aortic tear and dissection related to connective tissues abnormalities resembling Marfan syndrome in a Great Dane.
TLDR
A case of aortic dissection and probable sinus of Valsalva rupture in a young Great Dane with associated histopathologic findings suggestive of a connective tissue abnormality is described.
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