# 진도견(珍島犬)의 혈액상(血液像) 및 혈액화학치(血液化學値)에 관(關)한 연구(硏究) 제삼보(第三報) 진도견(珍島犬)의 혈청전해질치(血淸電解質値)

• Park, Nam-Yong (Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture, Jeonnam National University) ;
• Rim, Bong-Ho (Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture, Jeonnam National University) ;
• Cho, Sung-Man (Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture, Jeonnam National University)
• 박남용 (전남대학교 농과대학 수의학과) ;
• 임봉호 (전남대학교 농과대학 수의학과) ;
• 조성만 (전남대학교 농과대학 수의학과)
• Published : 1980.10.25

#### Abstract

Normal values of serum electrolytes were determined for adult 36 females and 18 males, 1 to 6 years old, of Jindo dogs. The mean values, standard deviation and rangEs of sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium and inorganic phosphorus were studied and data analyzed to determine whether differences existed between the values of female and those of male dogs. The results obtained in this study were as follows: 1. The mean value of serum sodium was $143{\pm}1.5mEq/liter$, ranged from 138mEq/liter to 152 mEq/liter. The mean values for the females and males were $144{\pm}2.0mEq/liter$ and $142{\pm}1.7mEq/liter$, respectively. They showed that the female dogs had a tendency toward higher values than the male dogs, but no significant sex-related differences were observed. 2. The mean value of serum potassium was $4.6{\pm}0.2mEq/liter$, ranged frem 3.5mEq/liter to 6.0mEq/liter. The mean values for the females and males were $4.7{\pm}0.4mEq/liter$ and $4.5{\pm}0.3mEq/liter$. They showed that the female dogs had a tendency toward higher values than the male dogs, but sex differences were not found to be significant. 3. The mean value of serum chloride was $103{\pm}3.0mEq/liter$ ranged from 95mEq/liter to 117mEq/liter. The mean values for the females and males were $103{\pm}3.2mEq/liter$ and $103{\pm}3.3mEq/liter$, no sex differences showed. 4. The mean value of serum calcium was $5.2{\pm}0.1mEq/liter$ ranged from 4.7mEq/liter to 5.8mEq/liter. The mean values for the females and males were $5.4{\pm}0.1mEq/liter$ and $5.2{\pm}0.09mEq/liter$ respectively, no significant sexd iffere-nces were observed. 5. The mean value of serum inorganic phosphorus was $4.3{\pm}0.7mg/100ml$, ranged from 2.5mg/100ml to 5.8mg/100ml. The mean values for the females and males were $4.3{\pm}0.9mg/100ml$ and $4.1{\pm}0.8mg/100ml$, respectively, no sex differences showed.