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Objective: Kidney failure after anaesthesia constitutes a serious clinical complication. A number of patients suffer from compensated kidney insufficiency, which may be transformed into an acute kidney insufficiency through additional stress, such as an operation and anaesthesia. The aim of the...

Author(s)
Kiefer, I.; Becker, K.; Haarstrick, C.; Oechtering, G.; Alef, M.
Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe K, Kleintiere/Heimtiere, 2011, 39, 3, pp 154-162
Abstract

Dogs and cats with acute or chronic kidney diseases frequently suffer from uraemia and related problems as severe electrolyte imbalances, anaemia and metabolic acidosis. These patients are at very high risk to decompensate during anaesthesia. To prevent further damage to the kidneys and in order to ...

Author(s)
Dörfelt, R.
Publisher
BWK Public Relations - Brigitte Weber-Kraus, Wien, Austria
Citation
Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 2011, 98, 9/10, pp 203-212
Abstract

Objective: To review current literature regarding uroabdomen in dogs and cats with respect to etiology, diagnostic approach, medical and surgical treatment, and prognosis. Etiology: Uroabdomen in dogs and cats is most often associated with vehicular or blunt trauma. This condition may also result...

Author(s)
Stafford, J. R.; Bartges, J. W.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2013, 23, 2, pp 216-229
Abstract

Cases of acute vomiting in dogs and cats rarely necessitate the use of endoscopic examination. However the use of endoscopy may be indicated if other examination techniques produce evidence of anomalies in the upper digestive tract that can best be investigated by endoscopy or where other...

Author(s)
Guilbaud, L.; Collin, A.; Malingue, A.; Avé, A.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Canine - Féline, 2008, No.39, pp 48-50
Abstract

Eight adult and four young female dogs and 12 adult and 13 young cats were treated with fosfomycin (Fomicin®) twice daily for three days. Four of the adult dogs and four young dogs received 40 mg/kg calcium fosfomycin (FOM-Ca) orally; the other four adult dogs received 40 mg/kg sodium fosfomycin...

Author(s)
Fukata, T.; Imai, N.; Shibata, S.
Publisher
British Veterinary Association, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2008, 163, 11, pp 337-338
Abstract

Renal disorders are common problems in ageing dogs and cats. Biopsy may give complete information about the aetiology and severity of the condition, especially in chronic cases, but this requires general anaesthesia and is not free of risk. A range of Doppler techniques may be used to detect and...

Author(s)
Tworus, A. K.
Publisher
Krajowa Izba Lekarsko Weterynaryjna, Warszawa, Poland
Citation
Życie Weterynaryjne, 2005, 80, 12, pp 763-766
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The development of improved anaesthetic techniques and of new anaesthetics has meant that the prognosis for small animal patients undergoing surgery has improved considerably over recent years. This practically oriented book deals with the non-routine anaesthesia of small animals with specific...

Publisher
Baillière Tindall Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Small animal anaesthesia. The increased-risk patient., 1991, pp 238pp.
Abstract

This issue contains 12 papers on the ageing cat and dog. Behavioural problems of geriatric dogs and cats (Houpt, K.A. and Beaver, B.); Anesthesia for the geriatric patient (Evans, T.); Nutrition and the ageing animal (Sheffy, B.E. and Williams, A.J.); Cancer and the ageing process (Morrison, W.B....

Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Small Animal Practice, 1981, 11, 4, pp 641-838
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Author(s)
Mailhac, J. M.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1981, 157, 9, pp 641-649
Abstract

The principles of the technique are reviewed. After suitable premedication the bladder is catheterized, artifical ascites induced by injecting hypertonic solution, then a catheter inserted 2 cm behind the umbilicus, on the white line, under local anaesthesia. The choice of solution for perfusion is ...

Author(s)
Dumon, C.
Citation
Animal de Compagnie, 1978, 13, 6, pp 697-711

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