Capsules

Research Note: Refining ECG Lead Placement in Dogs

ECG lead placement in dogs is important due to the variability of chest conformation and consequent heart position. Discover which V1 lead location resulted in more consistent results.

Cardiology

Research Note: Effect of Prolonged Famotidine Administration in Cats

How do varying dosing schedules of famotidine affect gastric pH in cats? Read the results of this study to find out.

Pharmacology & Medications

Research Note: Diagnosis of Canine Ovarian Remnant Syndrome

Follow this study to discover the effective tests for detecting ovarian remnant syndrome in dogs.

Reproduction

Research Note: Neurectomy of a Distal Nerve Sheath Tumor

Most canine peripheral nerve sheath tumors are proximal and necessitate limb amputation. This case report describes a distal nerve sheath tumor treated via neurectomy.

Oncology

Research Note: Pharmacokinetics of Gabapentin in Cats

How do the pharmacokinetics of gabapentin in cats differ across different doses, administration frequency, and route of administration?

Pharmacology & Medications

Research Note: Preventive Measures for Canine Leishmaniasis

How can leishmaniasis be prevented? Read this case report to discover the efficacy of vaccination, drugs, and nutraceuticals as preventive measures.

Parasitology

Research Note: Microsporum canis in Dermatophyte Cultures

This study aimed to determine how frequently Microsporum canis was isolated from untreated cats with suspected skin lesions or cats being treated for dermatophytosis.

Dermatology

Research Note: Effects of Alfaxalone in Guinea Pigs

Radiography is an important diagnostic tool in guinea pigs and frequently requires sedation. Uncover the results of this study on the use of intramuscular alfaxalone as a sedative for guinea pigs undergoing survey radiography.

Exotic Animal Medicine

Research Note: Concurrent Administration & Pharmacokinetics of Extended- Release Levetiracetam

This study evaluated the pharmacokinetics of extended-release levetiracetam administered as a single agent or concurrently with phenobarbital or zonisamide in epileptic dogs.

Pharmacology & Medications

Research Note: Luteinizing Hormone in Intact vs Neutered Cats

How accurately can a point-of-care luteinizing hormone test differentiate intact versus neutered status in cats? Read the results from this study to find out.

Reproduction

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