Cardiovascular Diseases and Nutrition

Cardiovascular Diseases and Nutrition

Etiology of canine acquired valvular diseases and surgical interventions; genetic testing in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; Quality or quantity of life in dogs with cardiovascular disease

  • John E. Rush

    John E. Rush
    Nutritional Management of Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiology, Critical Care

Tissue plasminogen activator in cats with ATE; NT-BNP in dogs with DCM, CVD and shortness of breath

  • Elizabeth A. Rozanski

    Elizabeth A. Rozanski
    Respiratory Disease, Hematology, Emergency & Critical Care

  • John E. Rush

    John E. Rush
    Nutritional Management of Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiology, Critical Care

Morphometrics in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

  • John E. Rush

    John E. Rush
    Nutritional Management of Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiology, Critical Care

Endothelial dysfunction and circulating progenitor cells in heart failure, cardiac biomarkers, novel medical and device therapies for congestive heart failure, cardiac stem cell therapies. Endothelial function testing, endothelial progenitor cells, inflammatory biomarkers, arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (canine), dilated cardiomyopathy (canine)

  • Suzanne Cunningham

    Suzanne Cunningham
    Cardiology

Role of nutrition in etiology and treatment of Cardivascular diseases

  • Lisa Freeman

    Lisa Freeman
    Clinical Nutrition, Human-Animal Interaction, Cachexia

Surgical interventions in CV diseases

  • R. John Berg

    R. John Berg
    Soft Tissue Surgery

Pathophysiology of ischemia reperfusion injury. Cardiac surgery; mechanisms of myocardial ischemia

  • Raymond K. Kudej

    Raymond K. Kudej
    Clinical Soft Tissue Surgery, Ischemia Tolerance

Interventional radiography, genetic and nutritional factors for heart valve disease in dogs and cats, congestive heart failure, thromboelastography

  • John E. Rush

    John E. Rush
    Nutritional Management of Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiology, Critical Care