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Journal February 2010 (Vol 32, No 2)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Xylitol Toxicity in Dogs

1. Which product does not commonly contain xylitol?
2. In dogs, peak plasma levels of xylitol are reached within _______ minutes after ingestion.
3. Dogs that ingest _______ of xylitol are at risk for developing _______.
4. Which statement(s) regarding xylitol ingestion in dogs is correct?
5. _______ is/are not a common clinical sign of xylitol toxicosis.
6. _______ is not a known clinicopathologic finding after xylitol ingestion in dogs.
7. If xylitol is not the first ingredient listed, a stick of gum should be estimated to contain _______ of xylitol.
8. How many grams does one cup of xylitol weigh?
9. Which statement(s) regarding the treatment of xylitol intoxication is correct?
10. Which statement(s) regarding the prognosis of xylitol toxicosis in dogs is correct?
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