PennVet researchers reduce plasma NT-proBNP concentration in MVD-dogs in stable heart failure.
CARDIOLOGISTS COMPILE ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC FINDINGS OF HEARTS IN 126 OLDER CAVALIERS.
Rod, I do remember now you mentioning about your vet taking your dog off of Vetmedin. In our experience, the first cardiologist did not reduce the dose of
Mary: You asked: "I asked this on another list, but would like to ask here if anyone's cardiologist has ever lowered or discontinued Vetmedin once their dog
Rod, Just wanted to clarify - I was not told this by any of the 3 cardiologists I have used in the past. This was told to my regular vet by a cardiologist, I
Cheryl, I was going to say the same thing - I would definitely get an xray taken. Even though the respirations are still within normal limits, I would be
Not recently. I think I will try and get him an appointment with the vet early next week...after the holiday. He is not in distress so I feel like it can
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Have you done a chest X-ray to look for fluid in the lungs! Carolyn Sent from my iPhone
Wally is an 11.5 year old ruby cavalier who first developed a murmur about 2 years ago. It has gradually gotten louder but he has done fine clinically. He
As I hit send I realized that I failed to sign my post about Wally. Cheryl Gilbert Fayetteville AR with Wally, Benny, Daisy and Emmy
Researchers do not find a relationship between serotonin in blood platelets and development of MVD in cavaliers.
Thank you, Rod. It would be nice if there was a service that would translate these types of reports into everyday language so you wouldn't have to depend on a
Mary, this is a wild guess, but histiocytic pneumonia can be the result of bacterial infection in the lungs, which may be related to bacterial endocarditis.
Could anyone please explain what histiocytic pneumonia is? According to the final autopsy report, that is what caused Allie's death. The report states "the
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