Below are some of the new listings of veterinary clinical studies in the AVMA Animal Health Studies Database. Information about participating in the studies is available in the database.

  • AAHSD005139: “Analgesic effects and tolerability of tapentadol in combination with NSAIDs in dogs with appendicular osteosarcoma,” The Ohio State University.
  • AAHSD005141: “Natural killer (NK) cell therapy for canine bone cancer,” The Ohio State University.
  • AAHSD005143: “Diet to complement insulin administration as a better and effective treatment in clinical (DIABETIC) dogs;” Veterinary Specialty Hospital, San Diego; Veterinary Specialty Hospital, San Marcos, California; Pet Emergency and Specialty Center of Marin, San Rafael, California; and Bulger Veterinary Hospital, Lawrence, Massachusetts.
  • AAHSD005146: “Use of papaverine to reduce low tumor oxygen in dogs with soft tissue sarcoma,” The Ohio State University.
  • AAHSD005166: “Evaluating the association between an altered intestinal microbiome and the development/metastasis of osteosarcoma in dogs;” Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital, Woburn, Massachusetts; Veterinary Specialty Hospital, San Marcos, California; Veterinary Specialty Hospital, San Diego; Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital, Wheat Ridge, Colorado; Peak Veterinary Referral Center, Williston, Vermont; and Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Hospital, Waukesha, Wisconsin.
  • AAHSD005167: “Use of procalcitonin to monitor sepsis treatment response and genetic sequencing to develop novel sepsis diagnostics;” Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital, Woburn, Massachusetts; Vista Veterinary Specialists, Sacramento, California; and Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital, Wheat Ridge, Colorado.
  • AAHSD005168: “Diet to replace insulin administration as a better and effective treatment in clinical (DIABETIC) cats;” Veterinary Specialty Hospital, San Marcos, California; Veterinary Specialty Hospital, San Diego; and Pet Emergency and Specialty Center of Marin, San Rafael, California.
  • AAHSD005173: “Evaluation of high-frequency irreversible electroporation (H-FIRE) for treatment of canine lung tumors,” Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.
  • AAHSD005174: “Histotripsy for treatment of canine appendicular osteosarcoma,” Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.



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