Welcome to the Sleeping Respiratory Rate Study
Welcome to the Sleeping Respiratory Rate (SRR) Study. This study aims to examine the variability of sleeping respiratory rates in dogs and cats with subclinical heart disease. This trial is being conducted by Dr. Mark Rishniw, Ingrid Ljungvall, Dan Ohad, Francesco Porciello and Jens Haggstrom and has been largely funded by the VIN Foundation. For future reference, we encourage you to bookmark this page.
Getting Started as a SRR Investigator:
The small print:
The SRR study online system is hosted by VIN through support provided by the VIN Foundation. Similar to a growing list of veterinary online proceedings and journals, the SRR study online system is hosted under VIN security. We wish to emphasize that there is NO REQUIREMENT OR ENCOURAGEMENT TO JOIN VIN. The VIN Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation.Username and password.
If you do not have a username and password, you will need to complete a quick application which will allow you access to SRR. There is no requirement or encouragement to join VIN. The use of VIN security is to reduce the need for multiple username/password combinations for the majority of online veterinarians who already have access to VIN or VIN hosted online conference proceedings. You will only be allowed access to SRR. VIN will not distribute, or use the information you provide to access SRR in any way that is not associated with this study. If you wish to apply for a free VIN trial, you can do so from www.vin.com. If you experience technical difficulties, please contact VIN at 800.700.4636 or email VINGRAM@vin.com.
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