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Yailyn Ramos Morejón; Lázaro Pérez Ramos; Aimée Álvarez Álvarez; Raisa Olano Justiniani; Jesús A. Ramírez López; Deneb González Rodríguez; Beatriz Hugues Hernandorena (2013)
Publisher: Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Journal: CorSalud
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: BioAlberic, Rapsul, Diabetes mellitus, Dogs, Diseases of the circulatory (Cardiovascular) system, RC666-701
Resumen: La diabetes mellitus es una enfermedad frecuente en los caninos domésticos, en la cual pueden presentarse alteraciones del sistema cardiovascular, difíciles de tratar. Una de las vías alternativas de tratamiento en este tipo de animales pudiera ser el empleo del método BioAlberic. En este artículo se presentan los resultados obtenidos en la aplicación de este método (con el producto Rapsul) al iniciar el tratamiento de la diabetes mellitus en dos perros domésticos, como parte del proceso de investigación de nuestro grupo para desarrollar los productos BioAlberic y evaluar su efectividad. / Abstract: Diabetes mellitus is a common disease in domestic dogs, in which cardiovascular system disorders may occur, and these are difficult to treat. One of the alternative ways of treatment in these animals could be the use of BioAlberic method. This article presents the results of the application of this method (with the Rapsul product) at the beginning of treatment of diabetes mellitus in two domestic dogs, as part of the research process of our group to develop BioAlberic products and evaluate their effectiveness.

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