Indices of renal function: reference values in normal horses.

@article{Edwards1989IndicesOR,
  title={Indices of renal function: reference values in normal horses.},
  author={D. J. Edwards and M. A. Brownlow and D. Hutchins},
  journal={Australian veterinary journal},
  year={1989},
  volume={66 2},
  pages={
          60-3
        }
}
Urine and blood samples were taken at the same time from normal adult horses presented for routine investigations to establish reference values for a variety of parameters reported to be useful in the clinical evaluation of renal function. Blood biochemical values were consistent with previous studies and had well-defined normal ranges. Parameters representing urine concentration and electrolyte excretion however, varied widely reflecting the ability of the healthy kidney to change the… Expand
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