2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352008000500013 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Determinaram-se os perfis do hemograma e do proteinograma de 24 cutias (Dasyprocta sp.) saudáveis, criadas em cativeiro, e avaliaram-se a influência de sexo e de idade e a interação sexo-idade. O delineamento foi inteiramente ao acaso em arranjo fatorial 2 x 4 (dois sexos e quatro faixas etárias), com três repetições. Os valores do hemograma e do proteinograma foram: leucócitos totais: 7,24±2,52 (x10³/µl), basófilos: 0,11±0,2 (x10³/µl), eosinófilos: 0,32±0,2 (x10³/µl), segmentados: 2,5±1,22 (x10³/µl), linfócit… Show more

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“…Unlike observations in humans, the T-wave morphology in small animals is very variable and the diagnostic value of the T-wave alterations is limited and depends on the assessment of previous ECG recordings of the same animal (Hamlin et al 1956). In non-anesthetized rabbits, the T-wave amplitude was representative of 50% of the R wave (Lord et al 2010) while in another study it was observed that in rabbits the T-wave was representative of 43% of the R wave (Reusch 2005) and a 46% T/R ratio in raccoons (Ribeiro et al 2008) without, however, relating these values to a pathological condition in the animal studied.…”
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“…Unlike observations in humans, the T-wave morphology in small animals is very variable and the diagnostic value of the T-wave alterations is limited and depends on the assessment of previous ECG recordings of the same animal (Hamlin et al 1956). In non-anesthetized rabbits, the T-wave amplitude was representative of 50% of the R wave (Lord et al 2010) while in another study it was observed that in rabbits the T-wave was representative of 43% of the R wave (Reusch 2005) and a 46% T/R ratio in raccoons (Ribeiro et al 2008) without, however, relating these values to a pathological condition in the animal studied.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The animals came from the Wild Animal Study and Preservation Nucleus -NEPAS (Registration Certificate IBAMA/PI Nº 02/08-618) at the Agrarian Science Centre (CCA) of the Federal University of Piauí (UFPI). They were healthy at clinical examination and the hematological profile was normal (Ribeiro et al 2008). The food management consisted of commercial feed (minimum crude protein 12%, ether extract 1.5%, fibrous material 12%, calcium 1.3% and phosphorus 0.4%) in addition to corn, regional fruit and vegetables and water ad libitum.…”
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“…The animals came from the Wild Animal Study and Preservation Nucleus (Núcleo de Estudos e Preservação de Animais Silvestres) -NEPAS (Registration Certificate IBAMA/ PI Nº 02/08-618) at the Agrarian Science Centre (CCA) of the Federal University of Piauí (UFPI). They were healthy at clinical examination and the hematological profile was normal (Ribeiro et al 2008). The food management consisted of commercial feed (minimum crude protein 12%, ether extract 1.5%, fibrous material 12%, calcium 1.3% and phosphorus 0.4%) in addition to corn, regional fruit and vegetables and water ad libertum.…”
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“…In this study, the same type of cells types were observed in the peripheral blood of male and female agoutis. However, some authors affirm that significant differences related to sex occurred (Bush et al, 1982;Larsson et al, 1999), while others say that sex does not interfere in the blood's cellularity (Hack and Gleiser, 1982;Ribeiro et al, 2008a;Roberts and Mendonza, 1989).…”
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