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Objective - To compare 2 treatment protocols (standard in-hospital versus modified outpatient) in affecting the duration of treatment or survival of dogs with parvoviral enteritis. Design - Prospective, randomized study. Setting - University teaching hospital. Animals - Client-owned dogs with...

Author(s)
Venn, E. C.; Preisner, K.; Boscan, P. L.; Twedt, D. C.; Sullivan, L. A.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2017, 27, 1, pp 52-65
Abstract

А peacock (Pavo cristatus) from а farm had bееп bitten bу а dog and severely stressed; in а year after the convalescence the lameness has bееп found bу the bird's owner. Visual examination has revealed the absence of osteochondral exostoses and the presence of minor tumidities in the footpads. The...

Author(s)
Yakimenko, N. N.; Kletikova, L. V.
Publisher
Avian (Redaktsija zhurnala "Ptitsevodstvo"), Moscow, Russia
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 2019, 5, pp 38-42
Abstract

In the Jena clinic in the second half of 1980, a probable diagnosis of parvovirus enteritis was made in 161 dogs, based on the symptoms (feebleness, inappetence, persistent vomiting, and diarrhoea, sometimes haemorrhagic), typical course of the disease (acute or peracute, convalescence or death...

Author(s)
Prange, H.; Schneider, E.; Schimke, E.; Zieger, M.; Grass, M.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1982, 37, 12, pp 453-459
Abstract

This review examines the possible value of specific nutrient modification as an aid to the treatment of veterinary disease. Nutrient modifications indicated for particular disorders are as follows: chronic kidney disease - decreased protein, phosphorus and sodium; congestive heart failure -...

Author(s)
Buffington, C. A.
Citation
California Veterinarian, 1990, 44, 5, pp 18, 20, 21
Abstract

Diseases and conditions are described in which nutritional therapy has proved of benefit, and for which dietary modifications should be considered as well as other forms of treatment. They include: renal failure; diabetes mellitus; cardiac disease; pregnancy and lactation; obesity; malnutrition; ...

Author(s)
Duane, M.
Citation
Irish Veterinary News, 1985, October, pp 30-31

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