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Journal December 2012 (Vol 33, No 12)

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NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Feline Systemic Hypertension (December 2012) by Kathleen Dunbar , BA, RVT

1. Clinical signs of TOD include
2. An initial BP measurement in a feline patient is 180/90. The cuff site is level with the heart, and the circumference of the cuff is 30% of the circumference of the tail. The cat appears relaxed and has not moved. Your next step is to
3. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
4. Hypertension is/may be caused by
5. After a cat receives a diagnosis of hypertension, the owner may need to
6. BP measurement devices are subject to inaccurate readings because
7. A cat in renal failure had several BP readings around 198/110 and suddenly became blind. The cat was a bit anxious during the BP readings. The veterinarian should
8. Past developments in diagnosing and treating companion animal hypertension include
9. Which of the following statements is false?
10. When you review your clinic’s feline BP measurement protocol with a new technician, which of the following should you mention?
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