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Gastroenteritis



Gastroenteritis has a dual metaphysical meaning, since it is an inflammation of the stomach and small intestine at the same time. Symptoms of gastroenteritis are vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. See the articles VOMITING, DIOD, and STOMACH (PROBLEMS), taking into account the fact that in this case the problem is more significant, since it is about the defeat of two organs at once, that is, twice as many fears. See also explanation on page 20.


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Gastroenteritis

  1. GASTROENTERITIS
    Gastroenteritis is an inflammation of the stomach and small intestine. Catarrhal gastroenteritis (catarrh of the stomach and intestines) - develops in cats due to excessively greedy food intake and overflow of the stomach, and can also be observed with panleukopenia, salmonellosis, staphylococcosis, colibacteriosis and some other diseases. Catarrhal phenomena also occur under the action of their own intestinal
  2. PIG VIRAL GASTROENTERITIS
    Viral gastroenteritis (lat. - Gastroenteritis infectiosa suum; English - Transmissible gastroenteritis; infectious gastroenteritis, transmissible gastroenteritis, Doyle and Hutchings disease, HCV) is a highly contagious swine disease characterized by catarrhal hemorrhagic diarrheaitis and degenerative diarrhea high mortality of piglets in the first 2 weeks
  3. Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis in dogs
    1. What is hemorrhagic gastroenteritis (HGE) in dogs? Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis is a syndrome characterized by acute onset with profuse vomiting and bloody loose stools and significant hemoconcentration. 2. What is the reason for the development of HGE? The reason is unknown. Although HGE implies the presence of inflammatory changes, the most likely cause of the disease is a violation of mucosal permeability
  4. Viral gastroenteritis (vector-borne) pigs
    Viral gastroenteritis of pigs (transmissible gastroenteritis of pigs, Doyle's disease and Hitchings) - Transmisille gastroenteritis is a highly contagious viral disease, manifested by vomiting, severe diarrhea and high mortality among piglets up to 2 weeks of age. Etiology. Pathogen RNA-containing virus (Porcine transmissille gastroenteritis virus), belonging to the family
  5. VIRAL GASTROENTERITIS
    Harry B. Greenberg Introduction. In underdeveloped countries, acute infectious intestinal infections are the leading cause of morbidity in all age groups and mortality among young and young children. In developed countries, acute intestinal infections remain an important cause of morbidity in both children and adults. It was found that the main etiological
  6. Diarrhea (diarrhea)
    Diarrhea (diarrhea) - a single or multiple bowel movements, with a changed character of the stool from gruel to watery. In young children, which are characterized by a high frequency of emptying and the unformed nature of the stool, it is necessary to determine, with a detailed questioning, changes in the usual properties of the stool (color, smell, etc.), as well as to assess the severity of the water stain. Water stain -
  7. LIVER DISEASES
    Diseases of the liver (hepatopathies) can have a variety of symptoms, since the liver is the most important intermediate organ of metabolism. In 80% of cases of hepatopathy are associated with diseases of the kidneys, intestines, pancreas and central nervous system. Of the liver diseases in cats, according to Strombeck DR, Guilford WD, 1990) the most common are: hepatitis (22.9%), hepatopathy
  8. An integrated approach in the treatment of calf gastroenteritis patients in a technogenic province
    Shmakov M.V. Scientific adviser: Dr. Sc., Professor Gertman A.M. Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Ural State Academy of Veterinary Medicine”, Troitsk. Excessive intake of toxic elements such as nickel and lead into the body of young cattle contribute to the development of gastrointestinal diseases, one of which is gastroenteritis. Gastroenteritis is Severe
  9. Acute systemic infections
    Nausea and vomiting are often observed in many infectious diseases accompanied by fever. Viral, bacterial and parasitic diseases affecting not only the gastrointestinal tract (viral gastroenteritis, toxicoinfection), but also other organs (viral hepatitis, meningitis) cause nausea and vomiting, although the mechanisms of their occurrence are not always clear. Endotoxins or
  10. NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
    According to a survey of nosocomial infections in the United States, gastroenteritis develops in approximately 10.5 people per 10 thousand received in medical institutions. The etiology of gastrointestinal infections can be established in approximately 97% of cases; of which bacteria account for 93%. The predominant bacterial pathogen is C. difficile - 91%, viruses (rotaviruses) account for 5.3%. Allocate
  11. Nephrology
    1. The nephrotic syndrome is characterized by: 1. hypoproteinemia 2. hyponatremia 3. hypercholesterolemia 4. proteinuria> 3g / l 5. pyuria 2. 2 weeks after a sore throat, a 10-year-old boy developed back pain, pastoral eyelid, headache, decreased the amount of urine. Specify the most probable diagnosis: 1. acute cystitis 2. urolithiasis 3. acute glomerulonephritis 4. cardiac
  12. Tasks for determining the final level of knowledge
    Tasks. 1. Cerebral swelling of Peyer's patches: Describe the appearance: a) dimensions, b) attitude to the lumen of the intestine, c) surface, d) on the incision. B. Indicate intestinal complications: a) ..., b) ... List extraintestinal complications: a)., B)., C). Indicate the probable causes of death: a)., B) ... Standards of decisions. 1. Cerebral swelling of Peyer's plaques: a) enlarged, b) protrude into the lumen, c)
  13. List of abbreviations
    2,3 DFG - 2,3-diphosphoglycerate Fi02 - fraction 02 in the inhaled mixture Sp02 - arterial blood oxygen saturation WPW - Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome AB - atrioventricular (node) aVS - activated coagulation time AD - blood pressure ADH - antidiuretic hormone ACTH - adrenocorticotropic hormone AlAT - alanine aminotransferase AMK - blood urea nitrogen ACE -
  14. Allergic bowel disease
    DEFINITION Early IW with the introduction of foreign proteins (cow, soy) can lead to the development of food allergies in the newborn, especially at risk for allergic diseases. Allergic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract include allergic enterocolitis, enteropathy and eosinophilic esophagogastroenteritis. The role of allergy in the genesis of some other diseases is assumed. CODE ON ICD-K52.9
  15. Preliminary diagnosis and its rationale
    The examination ends with a preliminary diagnosis, which should be a logical conclusion from the information received. As a rule, it is established on the basis of subjective and objective clinical manifestations of the disease, taking into account the existing epidemiological prerequisites. The diagnostic algorithm is based on a comparison of the identified disease syndromes. Please note that
  16. Veterinary sanitary examination of sausages
    Sausages are products made from minced meat with salt and spices, in or without casing, subjected to heat treatment or fermentation until ready to eat. Veterinary and sanitary supervision is carried out for raw materials, production, storage and sale of sausages. The main types of raw materials for sausages are meat raw materials recognized as edible
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