Roberta Dias da Silva Cunha

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Federal University of Goiás

I'm married, I have two daughters and I live in Goiânia/GO - Brazil.
I worked as a pharmacist at the Research Support Foundation - FUNAPE (2005-2006), working at the Rômulo Rocha Laboratory. I exercised a teaching career at the Faculty of Pharmacy at UFG (2006-2007) as a substitute professor, at FaculdadesObject/UNICEUG (2014-2019) and at Faculdade Estácio de Sá de Goiás (2014-2019) as full professor. I performed administrative functions at Faculdades Objective/UNICEUG (2014-2019) as coordinator of the undergraduate course in pharmacy and at Faculdade Estácio de Sá de Goiás (2014-2019) as supervisor and coordinator of curricular internships and coordinator of the extension project. I worked as a guest professor at the UFG School of Veterinary and Animal Science in subjects in the Postgraduate Program in Animal Science (PPGCA) and Residency Program in the Professional Area of ​​Health. 2021) .


Egress from the Federal University of Goiás (UFG) in undergraduate courses in Pharmacy (1999-2003), habilitation/specialization in Clinical Analysis (2004-2005), Master in Animal Science (2008-2010) and Ph.D. in Animal Science (2010- 2014).


Reference values of serum creatinine in healthy dogs in relation to body weight

Serum creatinine is one of the parameters most used in clinical practice to assess nephrotic function and kidney injury in domestic animals through the indirect assessment of the glomerular filtration rate (GFR). In veterinary medicine, there is a scarcity of information on creatinine metabolism as a function of anthropometric characteristics (gender, breed, age and weight) of animals evaluated individually. The objective of this work is to determine the reference values of serum creatinine for healthy dogs in relation to body weight treated by the Hospital Veterinário (HV) of the Federal University of Goiás (UFG). A descriptive analysis of the recorded data of healthy the 120 canine patients treated in the routine of the HV/UFG will be carried out, in the period 2017 to 2022, in which information reactive to sex, race, age, weight and results of laboratory tests will be recorded (blood count, creatinia and urea). The animals will be stratified according to sex (male or female), age gr

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