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Authors: Barathan, P
Sumathi, D
TANUVAS
Nambi, AP
Dhinakar Raj, G
Title: CRITICAL CARE ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE HEART FAILURE SYNDROME IN DOGS
Publisher: TANUVAS
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Pages: 1-5
Agrotags: Veterinary Science
Keywords: Management, Acute Heart Failure Syndrome, Dogs
Abstract: Acute Heart Failure is a syndrome characterized by abrupt severityin signs of congestion and/or low perfusion warranting acute care of the patient. This study was aimed to assess diagnostic and therapeutic variables involved in the acute patient care. The main objectives were to test the efficacy of point of care cardiac troponin-I analyzer to differentiate between acute cardiogenic and non-cardiogenic respiratory distress. The study also focused to assess whether Nohria- Stevenson’s two minute bedside hemodynamic profiling in humans was applicable to canine patients as well. Lastly, echocardiographic variables were assessed in these patients to find differences and patterns between groups.
Description: TNV_TH_2016_MVM14041
Subject: Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Ethics and Jurisprudence
Theme: Veterinary Clinical Medicine
These Type: M.V.Sc.
Issue Date: 2016
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