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Urinalysis, a common test in infants, could represent a suitable non-invasive clinical tool in puppies. In dog neonates, urine is easily collected by stimulating the somato-vesccal reflex. Information on urine characteristics during the neonatal period is missing. Beside instrumental laboratory...

Author(s)
Melandri, M.; Veronesi, M. C.; Alonge, S.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Animals, 2020, 10, 4,
Abstract

Background: Proteinuria is a marker of chronic kidney disease in dogs and a risk factor for increased morbidity and death. Predictive models using the results of readily available screening tests could foster early recognition. Objective: To determine whether urine specific gravity (USG) and...

Author(s)
Meindl, A. G.; Lourenço, B. N.; Coleman, A. E.; Creevy, K. E.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2019, 33, 1, pp 192-199
Abstract

Background: Urine pH is an integral part of a complete urinalysis, and is commonly measured in veterinary practice using semiquantitative reagent strips. Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the urine pH of dogs and sheep, using visual interpretation of dipstick reactions, and using a...

Author(s)
Athanasiou, L. V.; Katsoulos, P. D.; Katsogiannou, E. G.; Polizopoulou, Z. S.; Diamantaki, M.; Kamatsos, C.; Christodoulopoulos, G.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2018, 47, 2, pp 284-288
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Urinalysis is the examination of normal and abnormal constituents of urine. It is an easy, cheap, and vital initial diagnostic test for veterinarians. Complete urinalysis includes the examination of color, odor, turbidity, volume, pH, specific gravity, protein, glucose, ketones, blood,...

Author(s)
Yadav, S. N.; Ahmed, N.; Nath, A. J.; Mahanta, D.; Kalita, M. K.
Publisher
Veterinary World, Wankaner, India
Citation
Veterinary World, 2020, 13, 10, pp 2133-2141
Abstract

Background: The urine glucose (UG) measurements are an integral part of urinalyses, especially in dogs with polyuria and polydipsia. A positive dipstick result is considered pathologic for disease. This paradigm has been challenged by new ultrasensitive tests, where the manufacturers recommend...

Author(s)
Zeugswetter, F. K.; Schwendenwein, I.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2020, 49, 3, pp 428-435
Abstract

The aim of this study was to assess whether the urinary dipstick reaction for protein in combination with urine specific gravity is able to distinguish proteinuric and non-proteinuric dogs. In retrospective study, 163 urine samples with complete urinalysis and urine protein to creatinine ratio...

Author(s)
Kovaříkova, S.; Maršálek, P.
Publisher
Profi Press, s.r.o., Praha 2, Czech Republic
Citation
Veterinářství, 2019, 69, 9, pp 556-559
Abstract

In acute pancreatitis (AP), kidney injury (KI) can occur. Urinalysis and some urinary biomarkers have been proposed as prognostic tools in human AP. The aim of the study was to evaluate urinalysis and urinary GGT-to-urinary creatinine (uGGT/uCr) in canine AP and their association with possible...

Author(s)
Gori, E.; Pierini, A.; Lippi, I.; Boffa, N.; Perondi, F.; Marchetti, V.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Veterinary Sciences, 2019, 6, 1, pp 27
Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To assess the urinary protein-to-creatinine ratio (UPCR) of healthy sexually intact male dogs and to compare the UPCR of these dogs before and after castration. ANIMALS: 19 client- or shelter-owned healthy adult sexually intact male dogs. PROCEDURES: Physical, hematologic, and...

Author(s)
Bertieri, M. B.; Lapointe, C.; Conversy, B.; Gara-Boivin, C.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 2015, 76, 12, pp 1085-1088
AbstractFull Text

Renal dysfunction is usually a geriatric phenomenon in dogs with poor prognosis. However, timely detection of renal dysfunction can avert casualty. Urinalysis is a simple, rapid, non-invasive, and economical laboratory test that can provide insight into renal insufficiency. This paper describes the ...

Author(s)
Srikanth Kandula; Karlapudi, S. K.
Publisher
Dr. R. K. Misra, Bhubaneswar, India
Citation
Animal Science Reporter, 2015, 9, 2, pp 75-80
AbstractFull Text

Urinalysis is a simple, rapid, non-invasive, economical laboratory test that can provide insight into renal dysfunction. Urine samples from the 22 dogs, suspected for urinary tract infection were collected aseptically by catheterization or cystocentesis, and were subjected to physical, chemical and ...

Author(s)
Manisha Punia; Dinesh Gulia; Ashok Kumar; Gaurav Charaya
Publisher
College of Veterinary Sciences, Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Hisar, India
Citation
Haryana Veterinarian, 2018, 57, 2, pp 191-193

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