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Objective: To comprehensively study the oxidative stress of bone tissue in rats with chronic fluorosis treated with anti-oxidant, the oxidative damage of lipid, protein and DNA. Methods: Forty Wistar rats weaned 2 weeks were randomized by weight and divided into 4 groups according to body weight,...

Author(s)
Wu YanLi; Xu XiaoDong; Zeng BeiBei; Xiang Rong; Cao FaJun; Fan Xiang; Wei Yan
Publisher
Center for Endemic Disease Control, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Harbin, China
Citation
Chinese Journal of Endemiology, 2015, 34, 10, pp 729-732
Abstract

Felids have a high incidence of chronic kidney disease (CKD), for which the most common renal lesion is chronic interstitial nephritis (CIN). CIN can be induced by tissue oxidative stress, which is determined by the cellular balance of pro- and anti-oxidant metabolites. Fish-flavoured foods are...

Author(s)
Alborough, R.; Grau-Roma, L.; Brot, S. de; Hantke, G.; Vazquez, S.; Gardner, D. S.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2020, 10, 2,
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Objective: To describe the prevalence and possible causes of hypochloremia in the local hospital cat population. Material and methods: Retrospective study consisting of two parts. Data were collected from the local electronic medical records database using the search terms "chloride" and "cats"...

Author(s)
Zeugswetter, F. K.; Pagitz, M.; Friedrich, M. S.
Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe K, Kleintiere/Heimtiere, 2016, 44, 4, pp 237-244
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Objectives: High phosphorus intake may further impair renal health in cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD). The hypothesis that a high phosphorus (HP) diet might be nephrotoxic for healthy animals was tested in cats, a species with a high incidence of naturally occurring CKD. Methods: Thirteen...

Author(s)
Dobenecker, B.; Webel, A.; Reese, S.; Kienzle, E.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2018, 20, 4, pp 339-343
Abstract

Food base excess (BE, mEq/kg) can be calculated from the diet macroelements, together with either the sulfur amino acids methionine and cysteine (BEaa) or total sulfur (BEs) concentrations. The present study compared the use of sulfur or methionine and cysteine for calculating the food BE...

Author(s)
Jeremias, J. T.; Nogueira, S. P.; Brunetto, M. A.; Pereira, G. T.; Loureiro, B. A.; Ferreira, C. S.; Gomes, M. O. S.; Carciofi, A. C.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2013, 182, 1/4, pp 82-92
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Following a previous study which described poisoning with chocolate, coffee, grapes, macadamia nuts, onions and garlic, this paper described poisoning in dogs with the natural sweetener xylitol and sodium chloride (salt). It has been found that in dogs, contrary to humans, intravenous...

Author(s)
Crnić, A. P.; Šantek, E.; Šuran, J.
Publisher
Hrvatski veterinarski institut, Centar za peradarstvo, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Veterinarska Stanica, 2019, 50, 6, pp 565-573
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The aim of this study was to evaluate whether the equation basis excess employing sulfur (EBS), to predict cats urine pH is effective for a complete food. Six mixed breed cats were fed with an extruded commercial food. Using the diet basis excess, the urinary pH was predicted. The urinary pH...

Author(s)
Risolia, L. W.; Trifoni, L. F.; Zafalon, R. V. A.; Campos, A. L.; Félix, A. P.; Oliveira, S. G. de
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Paraná, UFPR, Palotina, Brazil
Citation
Archives of Veterinary Science, 2018, 23, 1ESP, pp 27-28
Abstract

Maintaining the pH of urine in the ideal range (6.2-6.4) is of great importance for health promotion in the lower urinary tract of cats. In the economic and standard feed sector this is a major concern, given that the animal urine tends to be alkaline after food consumption of those commercial...

Author(s)
Pires, C. P.; Saad, F. M. de O. B.; Ogoshi, R. C. S.; Reis, J. S. dos; Santos, J. P. F.; Brunetto, M. A.
Publisher
Universidade Federal de Lavras, Lavras, Brazil
Citation
Ciência e Agrotecnologia, 2013, 37, 4, pp 359-368
Abstract

In the present investigation, the impact of diet composition on urine pH in rabbits was compared with previous studies on rabbits, cats, dogs, pigs and horses. A total of 13 dwarf rabbits were fed six different diets with a cation-anion balance (CAB) between -39 and +320 mmol/kg dry matter (DM)...

Author(s)
Heer, F.; Dobenecker, B.; Kienzle, E.
Publisher
Wiley, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 2017, 101, 6, pp 1324-1330
Abstract

A 13-year-old female domestic shorthair cat presented with polyphagia and weight loss. Marked systolic hypertension was found on examination. Elevated total thyroxine levels confirmed hyperthyroidism, and hypokalaemia was also documented. A euthyroid state and normotension were achieved following 4 ...

Author(s)
Fryers, A.; Elwood, C.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2014, 16, 10, pp 853-857

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