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DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, IMMUNE SYSTEM AND BLOOD SYSTEM

Diseases of the cardiovascular system are not so common in cats, but their symptoms should be known and, if there is any need, consult a veterinarian. Cat Siamese, Abyssinian, Persian and Burmese cats are most susceptible to heart disease. Males get sick more often than females.
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DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, IMMUNE SYSTEM AND BLOOD SYSTEM

  1. CELLULAR AND HUMORAL BASES OF THE IMMUNE RESPONSE. PATHOLOGY OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. Hypersensitivity Reactions
    The immune system has developed in humans as a defense mechanism against microbial infections. It provides two forms of immunity: specific and non-specific. A specific immune response protects the body from a specific pathogen. It takes effect when a non-specific immune response is exhausted.
  2. Diseases of the cardiovascular system
    According to statistics, diseases of the cardiovascular system occupy a leading place among diseases of non-communicable etiology and are the main cause of death (43%). There are diseases that have developed against the background of congenital malformations and acquired. Congenital malformations appear very early and make up only 2.4% of the total number of cardiovascular pathologies. Dogs with birth defects
  3. The system of blood circulation organs (cardiovascular system)
    The system of blood circulation organs is rather conventionally divided into the circulatory system, the lymphatic system, and the organs of blood formation and immune defense. The central organ of the hematopoietic system is the heart. The heart in domestic animals is located in the chest cavity in the mediastinum, to the left of the middle sagittal plane. Its base lies at the level of the horizontal line drawn
  4. 24.METHODS OF STUDYING THE STATE OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM. DETERMINATION OF MINUTE HEART VOLUME. HEART INDEX. EMISSION FRACTION. MASS OF CIRCULATING BLOOD. HEMATOCRITIS. DIAGNOSTIC VALUE.
    Determine the speed of blood flow. Definition t, during which the blood passes through the segment of the system; depends mainly on such fact as the contractile method of the myocardium and the state of peripheral. An additional role is played by the number of circular cr, its viscosity. To determine the blood rate of a substance, call a physiologist or a reaction (for example, vasodilation, change in respiration) or easily detect in the blood (radioactive isotopes,
  5. DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
    Atherosclerosis is a chronic disease, with predominant damage to large-caliber arteries [elastic or muscular-elastic types), accompanied by the deposition of fats and proteins in the vessel wall and the development of sclerotic changes in them. In the development of atherosclerosis, factors such as nervous, metabolic disorders [hypercholesterolemia), endocrine [diabetes mellitus) play a role,
  6. DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
    CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
  7. Diseases of the cardiovascular system
    Cardiovascular disease
  8. DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
    CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
  9. Diseases of the cardiovascular system
    Cardiovascular disease
  10. Arterial hypertension, atherosclerosis and other diseases of the cardiovascular system
    Arterial hypertension (AH) - a persistent increase in blood pressure from 140/90 mm Hg and higher. 90-95% of hypertension cases are essential arterial hypertension, in other cases, secondary, symptomatic arterial hypertension is diagnosed: renal (nephrogenic) 3-4%, endocrine 0.1-0.3%, hemodynamic, neurological, stressful, due to some
  11. Early active detection of diseases of the cardiovascular system
    CHD: primary circulatory arrest. CHD: heart failure. IHD: arrhythmias and heart block. CHD: angina pectoris. Hypertension (GB) and secondary arterial hypertension (VAG). Initial manifestations of circulatory failure of the brain (NPNKM). Risk groups for primary circulatory arrest and its relapse: patients with ECG signs of threatened fibrillation (ventricular
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