3 edition of electrocardiogram of normal nonhuman primates found in the catalog.
electrocardiogram of normal nonhuman primates
by Primate Information Center, Regional Center, University of Washington in Seattle, Wash
Written in English
|Contributions||University of Washington. Primate Information Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
Electrocardiographic (ECG) analysis of nonhuman primates is a component of repeat-dose preclinical drug safety evaluations for new compounds. 1, 7 Because ECG analyses are conducted at several points during these studies (for example, before and 1 and 4 wk after dosing), variability between test sessions is possible. Little has been published to date evaluating the variability in ECG Nonhuman Primate Wild Ruminant Severe Weight Loss Hepatic Granuloma Mycobacterium Abscessus These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm ://
The book provides a wealth of specific and useful information about the psychological attributes and needs of the most widely used and exhibited nonhuman primates. Readable and well-organized, it will be welcomed by animal care and use committees, facilities administrators, enforcement inspectors, animal advocates, researchers, veterinarians Book: All Authors / Contributors: Indication/consideration for nonhuman primates as research models / Charles W. McPherson --Dietary allowances for nutrients in nonhuman primates / Robert J --Open formula natural ingredient diets for nonhuman primates / Joseph J. Knapka and Martin L. Morin --Role of diet in normal biliary physiology and
Nonhuman primate models provide an important bridge from nonprimate model systems because of the complexity of nonhuman primates’ biobehavioral capacities and their commonalities with human emotion. (Smith and Book Ludewig and colleagues () found that human subjects with panic disorder showed a normal startle response but had This book was compiled with the intention of expanding the body of knowledge available to veterinarians working with nonhuman primates in a clinical setting. Nonhuman primate medicine presents a unique set of challenges in the clinical setting; the patient is sedated for examination, and time is a factor in the initial treatment decision-making
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Electrocardiography of Laboratory Animals is the only book covering electrocardiography of laboratory animals, including dogs, mini-pigs, and cynomologus monkeys. As more countries institute requirements for the care of laboratory animals in research, this publication offers an effective standard on performing and analyzing :// Electrocardiography of Laboratory Animals, Second Edition, is the only publication covering electrocardiography of laboratory animals.
With countries instituting requirements for the care of laboratory animals in research, this publication offers a standard on performing and analyzing :// Electrocardiogram.
An electrocardiogram may be helpful if there is a suggestive history and/or physical examination for potential cardiac disease. In the absence of electrocardiogram of normal nonhuman primates book suggestive history and physical, the yield of an electrocardiogram is considered low as it may be normal in Electrocardiography of Nonhuman Primates.
Jeffrey W. Richig, Meg M. Sleeper, in Electrocardiography of Laboratory Animals, The electrocardiogram a major focus of this book is on recognizing and understanding the “signature” ECG findings in life-threatening conditions such as acute myocardial ischemia and infarction, severe Electrocardiography is useful for evaluating cardiac function including detection of relative chamber enlargement as well as alterations in myocardial mass.
Routine electrocardiography can also be used to identify and characterize alterations in electrical conduction patterns. Reference values obtained from electrocardiograms (ECGs) from numerous primate species have been reported (Wolf et al The National Research Council's (NRC's) report, Nutritional Requirements of Nonhuman Primates, is an outstanding reference not only for the nutritional requirements of nonhuman primates but also Nonhuman Primates: Standards and Guidelines for the Breeding, Care, and Management of Laboratory Animals sets standards and guidelines for experimental colonies, to production colonies, and to facilities used by importers for maintaining and conditioning primates.
Written in response to the increasing extent to which nonhuman primates are being used as laboratory animals, this report Food and foraging for food are clearly involved in the psychological well-being of captive nonhuman primates. It has been shown that food and nonfood items can be used in ways that stimulate natural feeding behaviors, extend feeding activity, and inhibit stereotypy (Fajzi et al., ; Knapka et al., ).
Nonhuman primates imported into the USA must undergo a day minimum primary import quarantine in a facility registered with the CDC. Imported animals that die or become severely ill and require euthanasia during this quarantine period must be necropsied and the deaths reported to This book serves as an introduction to the basic behavior and environmental enrichment of several species of nonhuman primates that are more commonly used in education, research and entertainment.
In many ways, this book is meant to be a “how of PNU in conscious cynomolgus non-human primates using restraint and non-r estraint procedures. J Pharmacol T oxicol Methods ;–7.  Gauvin DV, T illey LP, Smith :// Nursery Rearing of Nonhuman Primates in the 21st Century describes how and why nursery rearing of primates can produce adaptable juveniles and adults for research, conservation, and display-educational purposes.
The volume details the history of nursery rearing since the midth century, the outcomes of varied nursery rearing methods, the contemporary goals of nursery rearing as well as nonhuman primates in captivity.
This will apply both to those studying primates for their own sake and to those using primates as a means to seek solutions to human problems. In either case, the validity and reliability of research into normal pro cesses will be enhanced in direct proportion to ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf.
The Infant Primate Research Laboratory at the University of Washington was conceived in as a small research Wlit primarily for support of two individual's interests in early develop ment of nonhuman :// ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of a Symposium on the Nursery Care of Nonhuman Primates, held at the [Battelle-Seattle Conference Center] University of Washington, Seattle Preface In recent years, there has been phenomenal progress in the understanding of the genetic architecture of normal and disease-related complex phenotypes.
The progress has bee Abstract: Nonhuman primates are useful for the study of age-associated changes in the brain and behavior in a model that is biologically proximal to humans. The Aβ and tau proteins, two key players in the pathogenesis of Alzheimers disease (AD), are highly homologous among primates.
With age, all nonhuman primates analyzed to date develop Get this from a library. Nursery Care of Nonhuman Primates. [Gerald C Ruppenthal; Dorothy J Reese] -- The Infant Primate Research Laboratory at the University of Washington was conceived in as a small research Wlit primarily for support of two individual's interests in early develop ment of Results of studies that illustrate how the new approaches have improved our understanding of the genetic basis of complex phenotypes including multifactorial diseases (e.g., cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity), anatomic characteristics (e.g., the craniofacial complex), and neurological and behavioral phenotypes (e.g., human The electrocardiogram of nonhuman primates is similar to that of humans because of similar intrathoracic heart position and structure.
Despite the frequent use of nonhuman primates in biologic studies, few electrocardiographic studies of Japanese monkeys (Macaca fusucata) have been reported, and no reference data are available for this ://. Nonhuman primates are indispensable for the study of aging processes.
As can be gleaned from several chapters of this book, a great deal normal aged humans show only small declines in Electrocardiographic findings in naturally acquired chagasic heart disease in nonhuman primates Article in Journal of Electrocardiology 36(2) May with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads'Nonhuman primates are remarkably social—most species live and forage in social groups that contain multiple adults, that comprise animals of multiple ages and both sexes, and that persist year-round [Kappeler & van Schaik, ].Contrast this pattern with the typical mammalian pattern of solitary living, with the most persisting social unit being a female with her immature ://