Calling time on survival times?
Survival time has been used as a measure of treatment effect in many companion animal studies since the mid-1970s. For an individual animal, survival time is defined as the time from a starting point,...
Emma Lagerlow 2:10pm November 4th, 2015
Effectiveness of fluoxetine chewable tablets in the treatment of canine separation anxiety
The most common signs associated with separation anxiety (SA) are destruction/rearranging behavior, vocalization, excessive salivation, inappropriate defecation, and urination. To assess a treatment f...
Emma Lagerlow 2:16pm November 2nd, 2015
Amikacin in healthy and hospitalised foals
The objectives of this study were to investigate the pharmacokinetics of once-daily amikacin in healthy neonates, to determine amikacin concentrations in hospitalized foals, and to determine the minim...
Emma Lagerlow 2:00pm October 29th, 2015
Treatment of insulinoma in dogs, cats and ferrets
Insulinoma, or functional beta-cell tumor, originates from the islet cells of the endocrine portion of the pancreas. Insulinoma has been described in dogs, cats, ferrets, and other mammalian species. ...
Emma Lagerlow 1:57pm October 29th, 2015
Does transdermal application of methimazole make follow-up monitoring easier?
Transdermal methimazole is an acceptable alternative to oral treatment for hyperthyroid cats. There are, however, no studies evaluating the duration of T4 suppression after transdermal methimazole app...
Emma Lagerlow 2:01pm October 21st, 2015