RVT Journal Quiz: 40 Issue 2 Article 4 Fatty acids in disease management

RVT Journal Quiz: 40 Issue 2 Article 4 Fatty acids in disease management

Continuing to learn after achieving RVT status is essential for the individual and the advancement of the profession. RVTs can earn one (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit by reading the CE articles in the RVT Journal, or watching recorded sessions of OAVT presentations, and submitting the successfully completed corresponding quizzes.

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Cardiovascular disease is a common disorder in dogs and cats, with ________ of canines and up to ______ of feline populations affected by cardiac disease. *
The prevalence of dilated (congestive) ardiomyopathy in cats has decreased markedly since 1987, following the discovery that ______ deficiency was the principal cause. *
Which fatty acids have been shown to have a significant effect on survival times when used in dogs diagnosed with DCM or chronic valvular disease (CVD) *
The effect of the Omega-3 fatty acids may be attributed to: *
The current recommendation from nutritionists studying fatty acids and cardiac disease is a dose of 40 mg/kg EPA and 25 mg/kg DHA for which species? *
In clinical trials, dogs consuming a diet supplemented with arginine and fish oil (Omega-3 fatty acid) while receiving cancer therapy had: *
In clinical trials of dogs with spontaneous cancer, high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids and arginine in food were shown to benefit dogs with: *
The prevalence of OA in adult cats is: *
In cats, _____ inhibits the aggrecanase enzymes responsible for cartilage degradation and in dogs it is _____. *
Inflammation in the urinary bladder is typical in the majority of feline lower urinary tract disorders. *