Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
School of Veterinary Medicine
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Dr. Barrak Pressler lays out the case for administering ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II-receptor blockers.
Download this suggested protocol for treating proteinuria in dogs.
A new study hypothesizes that surgical vs. medical treatment would result in different survival times.
Chronic vomiting is a common presenting complaint from owners of dogs evaluated at both primary hospitals and referral institutions.
This study demonstrated that short-term administration of glucosamine-chondroitin sulfate does not significantly affect serum fructosamine concentrations in healthy dogs.
Ileal biopsy in dogs with diarrhea may provide additional information that affects the final diagnosis.
This study suggests that testing for FIV infection should be part of the diagnostic evaluation in young or middle-aged cats with CKD.
This study's goal was to determine and compare the likelihood of remission in cats with newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus when treated with glargine insulin, protamine zinc insulin (PZI), or Lente insulin.
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