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A comparison of pH determination methods in food animal practice. Clinical and Biochem- istry of Domestic Animals. Fluidoterapoa understanding of the role of the reticulum and reticulo-omasal orifice in the control of digesta passage from the ruminoreticulum of sheep and cattle.
D-lactate production and excretion in diarrheic calves. Sistema OJS – Metabiblioteca. Influence of dietary cation-anion balance on milk, blood, urine, and rumen fluid in lactating dairy cattle.
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The effects of hypertonic saline in healthy and diseased animals. Use of a quantitative strong ion approach to determine the mechanism for acid-base abnormalities in sick calves with or without diarrhea.
Fluid therapy in mature cattle. Alterations in acid- base balance and serum electrolyte concentrations in cattle: Ultrasonographic evaluation of the jugular vein of cows with catheter-related thrombophlebitis.
Effects of electrolyte solutions for oral administration on clotting of milk. Clinical and laboratory assessment of hydration status of neonatal calves with dia- rrhea.
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Principles and mechanics of fluid therapy in calves. Strong ion difference theory.
Comparison of measured values for colloid osmotic pressure in hospitalized animals. Clinical applications of quantitative acid-base chemistry. Advances in oral and intravenous fluid therapy, of calves with gastrointestinal disease.
Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance.
Basic rules of parenteral fluid therapy. Decreased colostral immunoglobulin absorption in calves with respiratory acidosis. A simplified strong ion model for acid-base equilibria: Relationship bet- ween boovinos osmotic pressure and plasma protein concentration in cattle, horses, dogs and cats. Fluid therapy for diarrheic calves: Fractional excretion of electrolytes in lactating dairy cows.
Modern quantitative acid- base chemistry.
The acid-base sta- tus in clinically healthy and diseased cattle. Effect of feeding and route of administration on abomasal luminal pH in dairy calves fed milk replacer. Effects of drastic changes in P intake on P concentrations in blood and rumen fluid of lactating ruminants.
Problem-oriented diagnostics, statistical inference, and clinical decisions. The alkalinizing effects of metabolizable bases in the healthy calf.
Both L- and D-lactate to metabolic acidosis in diarrheic calves. Calculation of variables des- cribing plasma nonvolatile weak acids for use in the strong ion approach to acid-base balance in cattle. Determination of lactosa and xilosa malabsorption in prerruminant diarrheic calves. Renal clearance and fractional excretion of electrolytes over four 6-periods in cattle. Vet Clin North Am. Experimental determination of net protein charge and A tot and K a of nonvolatile buffers in canine plasma.
Severity and nature of acidosis in diarrheic calves over and under one week of age. Introduction to the ruminant forestomach. Hypoproteinemia, strong-ion difference, and acid-base status in critically ill patients.
Energy metabolism and thermoregulation in the newborn calf; effect of calving conditions. Economical preparation of fluids for intravenous use in cattle practice. Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas y Ambientales U. Clinical assessment of renal tubular function through determination of electro- lyte and creatinine concentrations.
Comparison of the measurement of total carbon dioxide and strong ion difference for the evaluation of metabolic acidosis in diarrhoeic calves. Clinical assessment of acid- base status: Prophilaxis of intrave- nous catheter-related thrombophlebitis in cattle. Therapeutic agents used in the treatment of calf diarrhea.
Calculation of the total plasma concentration of nonvolatile weak acids and the effective dissociation constant of nonvolatile buffers in plasma for use in the strong ion approach to acid-base balance in cats. Supportive therapy of generalized endotoxaemia in cattle using hy- pertonic saline. North Am, Food Anim. Anion gap and hypoalbuminemia. Respiratory, renal, hemato- logic, and serum biochemical effects of hypertonic saline solution in endotoxemic calves.
Effects of intravenous hyperosmotic sodium bicarbonate on arterial and cerebrospinal fluid acid-base status and cardiovascular function in calves with experimentally induced and strong ion acidosis.
Comparison of anion gap and strong anion gap as predictors of unmeasured strong ion concentration in plasma and serum from horses. Oral fluid therapy in neonatal ruminants and swine. Circadian changes in blood ionized calcium, sodium, potassium, and chloride concentrations and pH in cattle.