Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Name

Fedota Natalya Viktorovna

Scholastic degree


Academic rank

associated professor

Honorary rank

Organization, job position

Stavropol State Agrarian University
   

Web site url

http://www.stgau.ru

Email

nataliafedota@yandex.ru


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RATIONAL PHARMACOTHERAPY FOR PANCREATITIS IN DOGS

abstract 1541910001 issue 154 pp. 1 – 7 30.12.2019 ru 7
Diseases of the digestive system are one of the huge problems of veterinary medicine and pharmacy. This group of diseases not only affects all age groups of animals, but can occur even in newborn puppies. It is very difficult to talk about the breed predisposition to pancreatitis in animals. Pancreatitis occupies one of the leading places in the structure of digestive diseases in animals. The urgency of this veterinary problem is increasing every year. Acute pancreatitis manifests itself suddenly, most often against the background of gross violations in feeding, with the disease of the duodenum and gallbladder. In this case, there is a violation of the outflow of secretion into the ducts of the pancreas. In the tissues of the pancreas there are diffuse changes up to necrosis. Severe inflammation of the pancreas leads to a sharp deterioration in the general condition of the body, sharply reduced blood pressure. The animal is in great pain, vomiting is observed. The animal needs urgent care. The disease can be chronic. Periods of exacerbation are repeated from time to time. The owners usually do not call veterinary specialists. Since the disease is manifested by symptoms characteristic of many pathologies of the gastrointestinal tract, it is therefore difficult to diagnose. In the history of the animal there are both diarrhea and constipation, the animal has a reduced appetite, in hotel cases there is cachexia. In hematological studies, we can note an increase in sugar levels. Therefore, for the differential diagnosis of the animal, we carry out ultrasound, x-ray diagnostics all together with biochemical methods of blood tests. In the future, when choosing treatment tactics, all diseases that could accompany inflammation of the pancreas are taken into account
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MODERN ASPECTS OF DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT OF DIABETES INSIPIDUS IN DOGS

abstract 1531909001 issue 153 pp. 1 – 7 29.11.2019 ru 25
Diabetes Insipidus is found in dogs and rarely in cats. The study of this disease is a hot topic today, as it is challenging for the veterinarian in the diagnosis of its patients. You must take into consideration and study of such diseases, as it is important to of differential them from other diseases. Special attention the doctor pays to the etiology, diagnosis, and most importantly, treatment. It is also important to inform pet owners about the timely prevention of this disease. It has several mechanisms of development, and this will depend on the treatment process of the patient. The development of the disease directly depends on the speed of "fading" of kidney function and how soon the animal will be helped. Completely cure pet yet possible, but therapy can support the required amount of hormone in the body, and the physical condition of the animal is normal. Diabetes Insipidus is a serious condition that requires proper attention. In the final stages of your pet there is shortness of breath, frequency of seizures increases. The animal begins to refuse food, the skin becomes dry, appear constipation and incontinence. If the animal will not be treated, then it can live for about one to two years, and then die from exhaustion, perhaps a pet will fall into a coma. Therefore, the veterinarian must correctly explain to the pet owners than to end their inaction, as well as to prepare them for the fact that the pet will constantly be required drugs
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