Urine cortisol-creatinine and protein-creatinine ratios in urine samples from healthy dogs collected at home and in hospital.

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Summary of "Urine cortisol-creatinine and protein-creatinine ratios in urine samples from healthy dogs collected at home and in hospital."

Recently, urine protein:creatinine ratios (UPC) were shown to be lower in urine samples from dogs collected at home (AH) as compared to those collected in hospital (IH). Stress-inducing procedures and travel to the hospital have been hypothesized to cause prerenal proteinuria.


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Name: Journal of veterinary internal medicine
ISSN: 1939-1676


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