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- Rozanski, Elizabeth A., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of veterinary internal medicine 2019 v.33 no.1 pp. 200-207
- Enterococcus; Staphylococcus pseudintermedius; adverse effects; antibiotic resistance; bacterial infections; cats; dogs; hospitals; hypersensitivity; intravenous injection; kidneys; medical records; methicillin; methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; nephrotoxicity; neutropenia; patients; people; vancomycin
- ... BACKGROUND: Vancomycin is commonly used to treat resistant bacterial infections in people. Reported adverse effects of vancomycin in people include acute kidney injury (AKI), neutropenia, and systemic allergic reaction. Given the increased incidence of vancomycin‐resistant bacterial infections in people, support is growing for restriction of vancomycin. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the use of intraveno ...
- Rozanski, Elizabeth A., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of veterinary internal medicine 2003 v.17 no.5 pp. 674-679
- blood serum; case-control studies; clinical examination; clinical trials; coagulation; dogs; fever; fibrin; humans; laboratory animals; leukopenia; medicine; morbidity; mortality; patients; prothrombin; t-test; thromboplastin
- ... Sepsis is a frequent source of morbidity and mortality in critically ill patients. The goal of this case control study was to measure hemostatic changes in dogs with naturally occurring sepsis. Blood was collected within 24 hours of admission from 20 dogs that fulfilled the criteria for sepsis. Sepsis was defined as histologic or microbiological confirmation of infection and 2 or more of the follo ...