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Enterocolitis

Enterocolitis is a leaking inflammation.

mucous membrane of the small intestine (enteritis) and colon

guts (colitis). As a rule, the disease is secondary, as a complication of an infection, parasitic invasion,

poisoning or other pathology. It occurs in both acute and chronic form.

Symptoms: bloating and rumbling in the abdomen, abundant gas (fermentation dyspepsia), diarrhea (initially fecal mash, mixed with mucus, then watery, with blood), alternation of diarrhea with constipation is possible. Sometimes the paraanal area becomes inflamed, and then the cat licks it vigorously, sits down on the floor and crawls along it, as if riding on a sled.

In chronic enterocolitis, weakness, exhaustion, metabolic disorders, vitamin A, C and B group deficiencies, calcium, phosphorus and iron deficiency are noted.

The diagnosis should be made by a veterinarian to rule out other diseases with similar symptoms and, above all, leptospirosis, panleukopenia and hepatitis.

First Aid: Do not feed the cat for 1-2 days, but drink plenty of water, let's polysorb diluted in water, then you can gradually give oatmeal broth and ground beef. The gastrointestinal tract should be cleaned with vaseline oil (1-3 teaspoons per os).
Showing enhanced vitamin therapy (Gamavit), Vittri, Diarkan, which acts antiseptically and has antibacterial action (against E. coli, Shigella and other enterobacteria).

Drug treatment will appoint a veterinarian.

Phytotherapy. Infusion of chamomile, fennel, cumin, sage, St. John's wort, immortelle, oak bark decoction, dill water.

Collection for the treatment of enterocolitis with fermentation dyspepsia: St. John's wort, herb - 5 hours, yarrow, grass - 3 hours, chamomile, flowers - 2 hours, large plantain, leaves - 2 hours, mountaineer (sporysh), grass - 2 hours, rosehip cinnamon (fruit), crushed, - 2 hours, common alder, cones - 1 hour. Two tablespoons brew in 0.5 liters of boiling water, give in the form of heat 3-4 times a day for 20 -30 minutes before receiving feed. After 20-30 minutes, make a microclyster from the same decoction 1 time per day in a volume of 10 ml. Therapeutic dose of broth for cats 10-12 ml, prophylactic - 5-6 ml. (according to I.V. Sidorov, V.V. Kalugin and others, 2001).

Diet therapy. Hill's Resprescription Diet Feed:

with a lack of fiber - Feline g / d, r / d, w / d;

when food is not digested - Feline d / d;

other cases - Feline c / d.
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Enterocolitis

  1. Nutrition for enterocolitis
    Enterocolitis is an inflammation of the small intestines with simultaneous damage to the thick, characterized by diarrhea or, conversely, constipation. With acute enterocolitis, which is accompanied by frequent diarrhea, the body is depleted of fluid, and this leads to dehydration. Therefore, in the first two days of illness it is necessary to sharply limit the amount of food, and to quench thirst and prevent dehydration
  2. Chronic enterocolitis
    Enterocolitis is an inflammatory or inflammatory-dystrophic lesion of the small or large intestines, resulting in chronic course of atrophy of their mucous membranes. The main clinical manifestations of pain in the mesogastric region and throughout the abdomen (aching, pressing, stabbing), aggravated after eating, exercise, accompanied by a violation of the chair (diarrhea, constipation,
  3. Necrotizing enterocolitis
    Acute diarrhea in newborns is often infectious. The causative agents of gastroenteritis or enterocolitis in newborns can be bacteria (Shigella, Salmonella, Pech, Pets, Pets, Campylobacter, different strains of E. coli, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Proteus, Klebsiella, Cholera, Vibrio, Clostridia, Cyanobacteria), Pets, mouths, Klebsiella, Cholera, Vibrio, Clostridia, Cyanobacterias, Peps, Mouth Lovers, mouths, Klebsiella, Cholera Vibrio, Clostridia, Cyanobacterias, Peps, Mouth Moles , mushrooms.
  4. Enterocolitis
    Diseases accompanied by diarrhea (diarrhea) are a group of the most important nosological forms. Many of them cause bacteria, while others occur during malabsorption (insufficiency of absorption) or idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease. Diarrhea. A healthy adult consumes about 2 liters of fluid daily. To this quantity 1 l of saliva is added, 2 l constantly
  5. Inflammation of the small intestine (enteritis)
    Enteritis is an inflammatory disease of the small intestine, manifested by significant digestive disorders. There are acute and chronic enteritis. Acute enteritis as an isolated lesion is rarely observed, usually marked gastroenteritis or enterocolitis. Enteritis is infectious, non-infectious, regional (Crohn's disease). Acute enteritis often has an infectious
  6. Bowel disease
    The main clinical symptoms: diarrhea, anarexia, pain, flatulence, lack of bowel movements, polydipsia, dehydration. Changes in shape, color, quantity and volume of feces. Sometimes vomiting. Diarrhea is the main symptom of intestinal disease, Diarrhea is considered even once loose stools. Constipation is the absence of a bowel movement for 2 days. A strong smell of feces does not indicate severity.
  7. Salmonella
    Salmonellosis is an acute infectious disease caused by microbes of the genus Salmonella, occurring predominantly with damage to the gastrointestinal tract, less often in the form of generalized forms. Clinical diagnosis The incubation period for the alimentary route of infection is 12-24 hours, with the contact one, 3-7 days. Gastrointestinal form. Gastritis, enteritis, gastroenteritis. The start is hot. Fever, pain
  8. Early active detection of rheumatic diseases
    Screening for the first level includes questionnaires that include diagnostic criteria for rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, reactive arthritis, gout, systemic lupus erythematosus, systemic scleroderma. Risk group of rheumatoid arthritis: female subpopulation older than 15 years with clear intrafamily correlations. Risk of osteoarthritis: persons over 50 years old with overweight.
  9. Dermatomyositis
    - general s-we: loss of mass, fever - skin s-m: lilac paraorbital erythema, erythema over the joints, periarticular edema, common; capillaries - articular s: arthritis, arthralgia - muscular s: muscular weakness in the proximal limbs, myalgia, myositis, sclerosis and muscle calcification, muscular contracture - lung s-m: vascular interstitial pneumonia, pleurisy
  10. B12 - achrestic anemia
    With this anemia, the process of developing an internal anti-anemic factor is not disturbed, there are no changes on the part of the digestive and nervous systems. The development of this anemia is associated with impaired metabolism of methylcobalomine, as a result of which the bone marrow loses the ability to utilize hematopoietic substances, and megaloblastic erythropoiesis occurs. Blood picture, as with B12 and
  11. Differential diagnostics
    • Arthritis with rheumatism (rheumatic fever): - post-infectious onset (catarrhal angina); - Migratory lesion of large joints; - benign course of arthritis; - good clinical effect of salicylates, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; - combination of arthritis with carditis, prolongation of carditis symptoms after arresting arrest. Elevated credits
  12. Allergic Bowel Disease
    DEFINITION Early IW with the introduction of foreign proteins (bovine, soybean) may, under-secra, develop food allergies in the newborn, especially from the risk group 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
  13. Reactive arthritis
    Reactive arthritis is an inflammatory disease of the joints, chronologically associated with a specific infection in which a microorganism or its antigens are not detected in the joint cavity. Reactive arthritis has a widespread ubiquity, accounting for half of all lesions of the musculoskeletal system in children. Criteria for the diagnosis of reactive arthritis. Anamnestic: 1-4 weeks before
  14. Chronic colitis
    Chronic colitis is a disease characterized by inflammatory lesions of the colon mucosa, in the clinical picture of which pain and dyspeptic syndromes predominate, and the morphological basis is a combination of inflammatory elements with signs of epithelial dystrophy, a decrease in crypt depth and the development of varying degrees of lymphoplasmacytic infiltration. In those
  15. Etiology
    The appearance of arrhythmia can cause any structural heart disease. Especially often it is detected in patients with acute MI and chronic coronary artery disease. However, extrasystole can also occur with other myocardial lesions, including subclinical ones. Many patients with extrasystoles available instrumental research techniques do not find any signs of damage
  16. INTENSIVE THERAPY OF SOMOLARY AND VOLUME DISORDERS
    Hypertensive dehydration. Causes: lack of drinking water, insufficient supply of free, non-electrolyte water in patients who are unconscious; diseases accompanied by fever, excessive sweating, hyperventilation, low density urinary polyuria, loss of free water; acute infectious processes; sepsis; asthmatic condition; diseases
  17. Yersiniosis
    The causative agent is Yersinia pseudotuberculosus, Y. sterocolitica. Ways of transmission - water, food, contact life. Rodent excrement - soil, water - food - man. Pathogenesis. Adhesion to Peyer's patches, implantation in the epithelium, incomplete phagocytosis by macrophage, transfer to lymph specimen, granulomatous process in the ton. gut, drift in the blood, dissemination exempt. Sv-va vob-la - antigenomimikriya -
  18. Clinical options
    Postenterocolitic reactive arthritis is more often recorded during outbreaks of yersiniosis, salmonellosis, shigella, helicobacteriosis, clostridiosis. Enterocolitis in a typical variant is manifested by abnormal stool, abdominal pain, usually in the right iliac region. The course of the disease is not severe, intestinal disturbances stop after 1-2 weeks. even without using
  19. Crohn's Disease
    Crohn's disease (or terminal, regional ileitis, granulomatous enterocolitis) is a chronic recurrent inflammatory disease of the gastrointestinal tract of unknown etiology, characterized by granulomatous and ulcerative lesions of the predominantly terminal ileum of the colon. In Crohn's disease, in contrast to NUC, not only the mucous membrane is involved in the process, but also
  20. Syndrome of "acute abdomen" in children
    Clinical characteristics of acute abdomen syndrome in children The concept of "acute abdomen syndrome" unites the symptom complex, which manifests various acute surgical diseases that require urgent surgical intervention. Most often, the syndrome of "acute abdomen" develops in acute inflammatory diseases of the abdominal cavity: acute appendicitis, acute pancreatitis, acute
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