2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782014000600022
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Blood gas analysis, anion gap, and strong ion difference in horses treated with polyethylene glycol balanced solution (PEG 3350) or enteral and parenteral electrolyte solutions

Abstract: Large volumes of different electrolytes solutions are commonly used for ingesta hydration in horses with

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“…The anion gap showed little variation throughout the experimental period and values remained in the normal range (24,26) in all three treatment groups. SID remained unchanged in the LR IV treatment group during the fluid therapy period and at the lower limit in EsHYPO.…”
Section: Phase With Eshypo and Esiso Reached Values Above Baseline (T-36hmentioning
confidence: 88%
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“…The anion gap showed little variation throughout the experimental period and values remained in the normal range (24,26) in all three treatment groups. SID remained unchanged in the LR IV treatment group during the fluid therapy period and at the lower limit in EsHYPO.…”
Section: Phase With Eshypo and Esiso Reached Values Above Baseline (T-36hmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…The energy source of EsHYPO and EsISO treatments may have been the cause of the slight decrease in blood pH, HCO − 3 and BE observed. As mentioned by Gomes et al (24), the addition of carbohydrates in enteral solutions can lead to intestinal microbial fermentation and the production of organic acids, that are absorbed and might generate this effect. Even so, it is necessary to highlight that the effect of enteral electrolyte solutions on the referred variables was mild, especially in the EsHYPO group.…”
Section: Phase With Eshypo and Esiso Reached Values Above Baseline (T-36hmentioning
confidence: 98%