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Calcium channel blockers in veterinary medicine.
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The functions of calcium and the calcium channels are reviewed as well as discussing the classes and current and potential uses of the various calcium channel blockers. Expand
Effect of antivenin dose on outcome from crotalid envenomation: 218 dogs (1988-2006).
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The administration of more vials of antivenin is potentially associated with negative outcome; however, a causal relationship has not been established and controlled, prospective studies are needed to optimize antivenIn administration. Expand
Response rates and survival times for cats with lymphoma treated with the University of Wisconsin-Madison chemotherapy protocol: 38 cases (1996-2003).
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Results suggested that a high percentage of cats with lymphoma will respond to treatment with the University of Wisconsin-Madison chemotherapy protocol, and age, sex, anatomic form, and clinical stage were not significantly associated with duration of first response or survival time. Expand
Electrocardiographic findings in dogs with motor vehicle-related trauma.
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Although baseline EKGs are useful in identifying arrhythmias in most dogs, the length of the recording should be increased to improve the likelihood of observing an abnormal EKG event and the number of dogs with at least one episode of ventricular tachycardia should be monitored. Expand
Effects of maropitant, acepromazine, and electroacupuncture on vomiting associated with administration of morphine in dogs.
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Maropitant treatment was associated with a lower incidence of vomiting and retching, compared with control treatments, and acepromazine and electroacupuncture appeared to prevent an increase in severity of nausea following morphine administration in dogs. Expand
Chromobacterium violaceum infection in two dogs.
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The identification of characteristic, violet-pigmented bacterial colonies on routine microbial cultures should alert microbiologists and clinicians to the likelihood of this dangerous pathogen. Expand
Dynamic exophthalmos and lateral strabismus in a dog caused by masticatory muscle myositis.
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This is the first reported case of masticatory muscle myositis causing dynamic exophthalmos and strabismus in a dog, and the dose of prednisone was reduced by 25%. Expand
Stereotactic radiosurgery for treatment of osteosarcomas involving the distal portions of the limbs in dogs.
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Results in these dogs suggest that SRS may be a viable option for dogs with appendicular osteosarcoma, with the potential to provide long-term local tumor control and improvement in limb function, especially when combined with chemotherapy. Expand
Suspected albuterol toxicosis in a dog.
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A 6-year-old male castrated Shetland Sheepdog was evaluated because of severe hypokalemia and progressive paresis and made a rapid and complete recovery. Expand
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