Results of Screening of Apparently Healthy Senior and Geriatric Dogs

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Willems, A. ; Paepe, D. ; Marynissen, S. ; Smets, P. ; Van de Maele, I. ; Picavet, P. ; Duchateau, L. ; Daminet, S. (2016)
  • Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc.
  • Journal: Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, volume 31, issue 1, pages 81-92 (issn: 0891-6640, eissn: 1939-1676)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1111/jvim.14587, pmc: PMC5259637
  • Subject: SYSTEMIC | Urinary protein | RISK-FACTORS | Creatinine ratio | Standard Article | Creatinine | ARTERIAL-BLOOD-PRESSURE | RAW FOOD DIETS | Age‐specific reference interval | Nephrology/Urology | Age-specific reference interval | SMALL ANIMAL | Veterinary Sciences | 1ST OPINION PRACTICE | PLASMA CREATININE | Blood pressure | VETERINARY PRACTICES | CANINE OBESITY | Canine | Standard Articles | Elderly dogs | TEAR PRODUCTION | ORTHOPEDIC EXAMINATION | HYPERTENSION | ratio

<p>BACKGROUND: There is a growing interest in health care of elderly dogs; however, scientific information about physical and laboratory examination findings in this age group is limited.</p><p>OBJECTIVES: To describe systolic blood pressure (SBP), and results of physic... View more
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