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Annals of Spiru Haret University – Veterinary Medicine
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  • FINDINGS IN CEPHALIC CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS CAUSED BY SECONDARY ORGANOPATHIES RESULTING FROM CANINE BABESIOSIS

    Sallay, Arpad; Bacescu, B; Bercaru, N; Condrut, R (2016)
    This paper aimed at describing the cephalic clinical manifestations brought about by the secondary organopathies resulting from babesiosis in 42 dogs that were examined and studied in the Medical Pathology Clinic of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Spiru Haret University and the Tiovet Centre for Diagnosis and Treatment in Bucharest. The dogs that were diagnosed with babesiosis had an indifferent facies, photophobia with xerophthalmia and slower palpebral reflexes, the conjunctival and gin...

    ASSESSMENT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE IN SPORT HORSES TO TRAINING INDUCED STRESS

    ANDRONIE, Ioana Cristina; Andronie, V; Parvu, Monica; Constantin, S; Zamfirescu, S (2008)
    Research monitored the induced response of some physiological welfare indicators in sport horses during training. We assessed the stress intensity during training by measuring the variations of heart rate, lactic acid, cortisol and creatinine levels. The horses included in the study were grouped in: untrained (A1 n: 15) and trained (A2 n: 22). Physiological responses differed between the two groups, even if the training programme they underwent was the same. The heart rate and cortisol values...

    THE VIRUCID ACTIVITY OF DECONTAMINOL* BIOCIDE

    Coman, Toma; Togoe, I; Stiube, P; Chiurciu, C; Chiurciu, Viorica (2008)
    The purpose of the paper was to investigate the virucide activity of a disinfecting, product based on quaternary amines mixed with glutaraldehyde. The virucide activity was determined against the viruses of the Newcastle disease (ND), aviary influenza (AI), infectious aviary bursitis (IAB) and the infectious aviary bronchitis (IB). Solutions in phosphate buffered saline (PBS), each of 10-4 DIE50/ml of the mentioned viruses were put into contact for 10, 30 and 60 minutes with Decontaminol 0.1%...

    INFLUENCE OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE ON THE MINERAL STATUS OF CATTLE HAIR

    Voicu, V; Avram, N; Tanasescu, Veronica; Avram, Eugenia; Dinu, Cristina; Cuca, D; Toca, Cristina; Parvu, Monica (2008)
    The mineral status of the cattle hair was assayed in 20 hair samples from pregnant cows and in 20 hair samples from lactating cows from the same farm. Calcium was determined with the complexonometric method; phosphorus was determined with the colorimetric method with ammonium molibdovanadate; magnesium was determined with the colorimetric method with titan yellow. The following values were determined: calcium 177.64± 19.44 mg⁄100g in pregnant cows and 151.86±13.06 mg⁄ 100g in lactating cows; ...

    ASSESSMENT OF BLOOD PRESSURE IN HUMAN-DOG INTERRELATION

    ANDRONIE, Viorel; Andronie, Ioana Cristina; Zamfirescu, S (2008)
    Humans with their own dogs, between whom a companion bond had been established, were used as an experimental group (n=5). The control group was represented by dog loving humans with a friendly, but unfamiliar dog, between whom no bond existed (n=5). The cardiovascular response of human respondents (n=17) were also evaluated during quiet reading. The neurochemical and cortisol analyses fall beyond the purpose of this paper. In individuals with their own dogs there was a significant (p
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