Canine chronic enteropathy (CE), is the most common cause of gastrointestinal (GI) disease in canine patients. The exact mechanisms leading to CE are unknown. Unfortunately, treatment for CE currently requires life-long management strategies (i.e. food elimination diets) which can be expensive and labor intensive for owners and/or require the use of medications which carry the risk for significant systemic side effects (i.e. steroids). Continue reading “Research Update CHF 02684-A Final: Evaluation of Serum Zonulin as a Non-invasive Biomarker and Therapeutic Target in Dogs with Chronic Canine Enteropathy”
Final Results on SmartPill Use for At-Home Diagnostics in GI Disorders
Final results for work from Dr. Pedro L Boscan, DVM, PhD of Colorado State University looking into the prospect of using the SmartPill device for at home diagnostics in canine gastrointestinal disorders.
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