Mass. Veterinary  Cardiology Services, Inc.
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LOCATIONS: Agawam, MA • South Deerfield, MA
(413) 734-1292
Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM)
Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a disease of the heart muscle which causes the heart to weaken and enlarge. DCM usually affects both the left and right sides of the heart. Typically, both the ventricles and the atria are enlarged and often the muscular walls of the heart are much thinner than normal.

Efficacy of Benazepril in delaying the progression of DCM in Dobermans
Cardiac Troponin 1 in Dobermans with Cardiomyopathy
Ventricular Arrhythmias in Dobermans
Efficacy of Pimobendan in the Prevention of CHF or Sudden Death in Dobermans with preclinical DCM
Prospective Evaluation of NT-proBNP to detect occult DCM & Predict Survival in Dobermans
Plasma Big Endothelin-1, Atrial Natriuretic Peptide, Aldosterone,
Understanding DCM
Use of Echocardiogram in Diagnosis of DCM in Wolfhounds
Prevalence of DCM in Wolfhounds
Irish Wolfhounds: Reference Values
Long Term Outcome of Wolfhounds with Pre-clinical DCM, Atrial Fib, or both with medications
Use of Simpson's Method to Detect Early Echo Changes in Doberman's with DCM
Prevalence of DCM in Dobermans

Mass. Veterinary Cardiology Services, Inc., 305 Suffield St., Agawam, MA 01001 • Tel: (413) 734-1292 • Fax: (413) 372-5127

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