Articles by Gregory F. Grauer, DVM, MS, DACVIM - Veterinary Medicine
  • SEARCH:
Medicine Center
DVM Veterinary Medicine Featuring Information from:

ADVERTISEMENT

Articles by Gregory F. Grauer, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Early detection of chronic kidney disease (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2009

Renal damage and disease can be caused by acute or chronic insults to the kidney.

A simplified approach to urine retention and urine leakage disorders (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2009

Disorders of micturition encompass problems with urine storage (i.e., leakage or incontinence) and bladder emptying (i.e., urine retention).

Risk factors and monitoring to avoid acute renal failure (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2009

Acute kidney injury often results from ischemic or toxic insults and usually affects the most metabolically active tubular portions of the nephron.

Are NSAIDS safe in dogs with liver and kidney disease? (Proceeding)

Apr 1, 2009

Use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) has dramatically improved the quality of life for many dogs with OA.

Staging and management of canine chronic kidney disease: Suggested reading

From DVM InFocus, March 2009
Mar 1, 2009

Suggested Reading for the article, "Staging and management of canine chronic kidney disease," by Gregory Grauer (DVM InFocus, March 2009)

Staging and management of chronic kidney disease (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a common problem that affects an estimated 0.5 to 7% of dogs and 1.6 to 20% of cats.

Managing complicated urinary tract infections (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Most bacterial infections of the lower urinary tract respond quickly to antimicrobial treatment; however, urinary tract infections (UTI) associated with defects in the host immune system (complicated UTI) often fail to respond or recur after antibiotic withdrawal and can be a therapeutic challenge.

Early detection of chronic kidney disease (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Renal damage and disease can be caused by acute or chronic insults to the kidney.

Urinalysis: with an emphasis on proteinuria (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

The urinalysis (UA) is an often overlooked and underutilized test in veterinary medicine.

ADVERTISEMENT

Click here