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  1. Use of antibiotics in dogs with aseptic haemorrhagic gastroenteritis

    In [clinically well dogs with haemorrhagic gastroenteritis] does [systemic antibiotics compared to no antibiotics] [decrease the time to resolution of clinical signs]?

  2. Laparoscopic vs conventional midline approach for dog spays and post-op activity

    In [bitches undergoing neutering] does [laparascopic ovariectomy compared to conventional ovariectomy] increase [post-operative activity levels]?

  3. Robenacoxib for acute musculoskeletal pain control in cats

    In [cats with acute musculoskeletal pain] does [robenacoxib compared to other NSAIDs] [provide better pain relief]?

  4. Alpha-casozepine for anxiety in cats

    In [cats demonstrating signs of anxiety/fear] does the use of [alpha-casozepine versus placebo] lead to [better management of signs of anxiety/fear]?

  5. Telmisartan versus benazepril in the treatment of proteinuria associated with feline CKD 

    In [cats with Chronic Kidney Disease] is [telmisartan more effective than benazepril] at [reducing proteinuria]?

  6. Tramadol in addition to NSAIDs for canine osteoarthritis

    In [dogs with osteoarthritis] does treatment with [tramadol and a NSAID compared to a NSAID alone] lead to [better clinical improvement]?

  7. Dogs with osteoarthritis- can you reduce the dose of meloxicam?

    In [dogs with osteoarthritis] does [reducing the dose of meloxicam compared to maintaining at the indicated dose of 0.1mg/kg daily] [increase the pain associated with osteoarthritis]?

  8. Debridement versus superficial keratectomy for indolent ulcers in dogs

    In [dogs with indolent ulcers] does [debridement with a swab compared to superficial keratectomy] result in [shorter healing times]?

  9. Atenolol and survival in cats with asymptomatic hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

    In [cats with asymptomatic hypertrophic cardiomyopathy] does [atenolol versus no treatment] [improve life expectancy]?

  10. Blood glucose as a prognostic indicator for head trauma in dogs

    In [dogs with head trauma] is [blood glucose a reliable prognostic indicator] with regards to [survival of the animal]