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- M.J. Hezzell; J.D. Foster; M.A. Oyama; J. Buch; G. Farace; J.J. Quinn; M. Yerramilli
- veterinary journal 2020 v.255 pp. 105420
- biomarkers; blood plasma; blood proteins; body weight; death; dogs; echocardiography; glomerular filtration rate; heart diseases; hematocrit; humans; kidney diseases; kidneys; mortality; natriuretic peptides; neutrophils; observational studies; patients; risk; troponin I
- ... Pathophysiological cardiac and renal interactions are termed cardiovascular-renal disorder (CvRD). Cardiovascular disease/dysfunction secondary to kidney disease (CvRDK), is a leading cause of death in human chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients. The presence and clinical impact of CvRDK in dogs with CKD is unknown. We hypothesized that echocardiographic measurements, and cardiac and renal biomark ...
- G. Stanzani; R. Cowlam; K. English; D.J. Connolly
- Journal of veterinary cardiology 2015 v.17 pp. S233
- cardiomyopathy; cats; clinical examination; death; echocardiography; erythrocytes; heart; heart failure; hematocrit; hematology; hospitals; human diseases; mortality; prognosis; veterinarians
- ... Red blood cell distribution width (RDW) is a measurement of variability in circulating erythrocytes size, and has recently been shown to correlate with prognosis in a variety of human diseases, including acute and chronic heart failure.To determine if RDW differs between healthy controls, cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) without congestive heart failure (CHF) and cats with HCM and CHF, ...