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Abstract

Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is the second most common acquired heart disease in dogs, but is now rare in cats following recognition of its association with dietary taurine deficiency. In dogs, idiopathic DCM is a diagnosis of exclusion, and other cardiac and systemic causes of heart chamber...

Author(s)
Dukes-Mcewan, J.
Publisher
Veterinary Business Development Ltd, Peterborough, UK
Citation
Veterinary Times, 2011, 41, 26, pp 16...20
Abstract

The study presents a comparison of the results received from dogs with dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) that died during the first 30 d of observation and from dogs with DCM that survived the first 30 d after the ECG. No differences were noted in the duration of QT or QTc in healthy dogs and dogs with...

Author(s)
Noszczyk-Nowak, A.
Publisher
National Veterinary Research Institute, Puławy, Poland
Citation
Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Puławy, 2012, 56, 2, pp 189-192
AbstractFull Text

Heart rate turbulence (HRT) is modulated by the baroreceptor reflex and it was suggested that it could be used as a measure of autonomic dysfunction. Impaired HRT is of a significant prognostic value in humans after myocardial infarction, suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy and patients with...

Author(s)
Noszczyk-Nowak, A.
Publisher
Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee of Veterinary Sciences, Olsztyn-Kortowo II, Poland
Citation
Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2012, 15, 3, pp 469-475
Abstract

Heart murmurs are a relatively common finding in small animal medicine, and are additional sounds to the normal 'lub' and 'dub' heard on auscultation. The most common type of murmur recorded is a systolic murmur, and can be an indicator of disease severity in dogs with mitral valve disease....

Author(s)
Pace, C.
Publisher
MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK
Citation
The Veterinary Nurse, 2018, 9, 7, pp 378-381
AbstractFull Text

In recent years, we have observed an increasing number of cases of fainting in dogs. These cases were investigated in the cardiological surgery at the Clinic of Horse, Dog and Cat Diseases at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Agricultural University in Wroclaw. The aim of the conducted...

Author(s)
Pasławska, U.; Noszczyk-Nowak, A.; Zyśko, D.; Gajek, J.; Nicpoń, J.
Publisher
Polskiego Towarzystwa Nauk Weterynaryjnych, Lublin, Poland
Citation
Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 2006, 62, 1, pp 55-58