C. Soler

C. Soler
Catholic University of Valencia "San Vicente Martir"

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Publications (42)
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Objective To evaluate pathological changes in cartilage and subchondral bone MRI biomarkers in a rabbit model of osteoarthritis (OA) and correlate these with histological variations. Design Transection of the anterior cruciate ligament was performed on the right knee of eighteen 12-week-old New Zealand white rabbits to induce OA. 3-Tesla MR images...
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A prospective, experimental, randomized, double blinded study was designed to evaluate the effects of glycosaminoglycans, with or without native type II collagen (NC), in an osteoarthritis model induced by cranial cruciate ligament transection. The following compounds were tested: chondroitin sulfate (CS), glucosamine hydrochloride (GlHCl), hyaluro...
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The aim of the study is to report the results obtained from performing a Proximal Abduction Ulnar Osteotomy (PAUL) technique in a cohort of dogs with medial compartment disease with short- and long-term follow-up, assessing the perception of the owners and describing the long-term complications associated with the technique. This is a clinical pros...
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Emergency abdominal surgery carries high morbidity and mortality rates in human medicine; however, there is less evidence characterising the outcome of these surgeries as a single group in dogs. The aim of the study was to characterise the clinical course, associated complications and outcome of dogs undergoing emergency abdominal surgery. A retros...
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Emergency abdominal surgery carries high morbidity and mortality rates in human medicine; however, there is less evidence characterizing the outcome of these surgeries as a single group in dogs. The aim of the study was to characterize the clinical course, associated complications and outcome of dogs undergoing emergency abdominal surgery. A retros...
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Hyaluronic acid (HA) intraarticular injection is used in the management of osteoarthritis in veterinary medicine. However, HA oral administration is less common given the scarce currently available scientific evidence. This study was aimed at evaluating the effects of oral HA administration on synovial fluid concentrations of several selected bioma...
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Many surgical techniques have been described in the literature to repair chronic tendon or ligament ruptures. Although direct approximation of the edges is the surgical technique of choice, the use of synthetic, fascia lata, semitendinosus muscle, and small intestinal submucosa grafts has been described to repair large defects or augment tenous rep...
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Osteoarthritis (OA) affects the synovial joint. Animal models commonly used to study the disease and its therapeutic treatment are generally spontaneous or induced. The lack of an animal model representing all types of existing OA requires knowledge about what can be expected from each species and their limitations. The choice of species is crucial...
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This study describes a 3D mathematical model for planning a corrective ostectomy on long bones with angular deformities based on CT imaging. The use of three-dimensional information allows the model to compute and correct the bone angulation and rotation. The cutting point selection is developed minimizing the bone length reduction inherent in an o...
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A nine-year-old English bulldog presented with an acute history of dyspnoea, tachycardia and discomfort localising to the ventral thorax following a fall down the stairs that morning. After the dog was stabilised, thoracic radiographs revealed a luxation of the third and fourth sternebrae with dorsal displacement of the caudal segment. The sternum...
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Purpose: To assess the effect of autologous platelet-rich plasma on the repair of full-thickness articular cartilage lesions in immature rabbits. To that end, the samples were studied using macroscopic, microscopic and biomechanical techniques. Methods: Twenty-four 11-week-old New Zealand rabbits were divided into two groups based on the treatme...
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The anaesthetic records of 1525 dogs were examined to determine the prevalence of postanaesthetic hypothermia, its clinical predictors and consequences. Temperature was recorded throughout the anaesthesia. At the end of the procedure, details coded in were: hyperthermia (>39.50°C), normothermia (38.50°C-39.50°C), slight (38.49°C-36.50°C), moderate...
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Nagore, L., Soler, C., Gil, L., Serra, I., Soler, G., Redondo, J. I. Sedative effects of dexmedetomidine, dexmedetomidine-pethidine and dexmedetomidine-butorphanol in cats. J. vet. Pharmacol. Therap. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2885.2012.01405.x. The purpose of this study was to assess the clinical effects of dexmedetomidine, both alone and combined with p...
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A retrospective study of 275 anaesthetic records of cats was undertaken to examine the prevalence of postanaesthetic hypothermia, its clinical predictors and consequences. Temperature was recorded throughout anaesthesia. The temperature reached at the end was classified as hyperthermia (>39.50 °C), normothermia (38.50 to 39.50 °C), slight hypotherm...
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Un nuevo modelo de plataforma dinamométrica ha sido desarrollado por el Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia (IBV) y se han fabricado sus primeros prototipos. Permite la medida de la fuerza de reaccipón tridimensional, en momento torsor y el punto de aplicación de la fuerza, a una velocidad de muestre0 de hasta 1000 Hz (500 Hz para dos plataformas)...
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This paper highlights the importance of matching 'accessibility to and conservation of' the heritage To combine conservation and accessibility concepts in the heritage domain may seem antithetical One looks to preserve existing assets while the other tends to remove whatever is possible to achieve Integral accessibility Nevertheless, this combinati...
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This paper describes the cardiorespiratory variables and the incidence of anaesthetic complications in dogs. For this, a retrospective study of 1281 anaesthesias was performed. Heart rate (HR), non-invasive mean arterial (MAP), systolic (SP) and diastolic pressures (DP), invasive mean arterial (IMAP), systolic (ISP) and diastolic pressures (IDP), c...
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La inexistencia de métodos objetivos, fiables y precisos de valoración funcional de la movilidad de la columna cervical dificulta la elección de un adecuado tratamiento rehabilitador y posterior control de su evolución en pacientes afectados de dolor cervical. Todo esto ha planteado la necesidad de desarrollar una nueva metodología de valoración de...
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Purpose: Validate an indentation method to characterize the mechanical behaviour of articular cartilage in rabbit’s femoral condyles. Methods: 12 samples (six with 16 weeks old and 6 with 19 weeks old) were obtained and kept at -70°C. Everyone was defrosted at 4°C and immersed in phosphate buffer (pH 7,2), and then they were fixed in a cylindrical...
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Environments designed for young people will become disabling environments for elderly person with functional limitations. Quality of life is directly related to the ability to perform activities of daily living (basic, instrumental or advanced). Functional limitations as a consequence of "disabling situations" or the aging process, drive a great nu...
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To evaluate the use of polyamide bands, manufactured for securing electrical cables, for repair of oblique femoral fractures in rabbits. Experimental study. Twelve nulliparous, 21-25-week-old, California female rabbits. Rabbits were divided into 3 groups (n=4) and studied for 14, 28, or 56 days. A Z-shaped mid-diaphyseal femoral osteotomy was repai...
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An horizontal study has been performed involving several companies of diverse Spanish sectors where occupational footwear is used. More than 500 questionnaires were completed among different works. Question about number of falls, footwear used, working surfaces and contaminants were included. Moreover, to complete the study, 19 safety shoes form pr...
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Introduction: In the 10th volume (4th issue) of this publication the methodology of a project carried out together with the Clinica FREMAP de Rehabilitación in Valencia was presented. The project was about gait evaluation in patients suffering from calcaneus fracture. This article presents the results that have been obtained. Material and methods:...
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Three biomechanical parameters based on force plate measurements were defined as indicators of gait deviation. Symmetry was specified as the relative difference in stance time and vertical impulse loading between both feet, constancy as the mean S.D. of the force curves for one subject under a specified gait condition and discrepancy as the average...
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OBJECTIVE: To describe the methods for designing and testing diagnostic systems in movement analysis and to verify the clinical usefulness of neural networks and statistical classifiers in a case study. DESIGN: Connectionist and statistical models trained and tested with measured data. BACKGROUND: A basic need in rehabilitation and related fields i...

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