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Journal November 2009 (Vol 31, No 11)

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Canine Atrial Fibrillation

1. Which is not used to control AF in dogs?
2. Which is not an identifying characteristic of AF on an electrocardiogram?
3. Which statement regarding antiarrhythmic therapy in AF is false?
4. Which antiarrhythmic medication: adverse effect pairing is incorrect?
5. Which drug can reach toxic levels in dogs with renal failure or hypokalemia?
6. Treatment goals for dogs with AF include
7. Which of the following is not a potential mechanism for developing or sustaining AF?
8. Which breed(s) is/are more commonly reported to have AF?
9. Which antiarrhythmic medication or class is not correctly matched with its inotropic effect on the ventricles?
10. Which common cardiovascular disease(s) is/are diagnosed concurrently with AF?
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