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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 overfilling of the stomach, and can also be observed with panleukopenia, salmonellosis, staphylococcosis, colibacteriosis and some other diseases. Catarrhal phenomena also occur under the influence of their own intestinal microflora, which has become pathogenic due to exposure to adverse conditions. Most often, gastroenteritis is observed in kittens.
Symptoms: hot and reddened mucous membranes of the oral cavity, warm and dry nose, decreased appetite or extreme fastidiousness in food, fever, severe thirst, constipation and depression. Catarrh of the stomach is often accompanied by vomiting, while the stomach is painful, sensitive to touch. With catarrh of the intestine, these phenomena are absent, while with damage to the duodenum, diarrhea appears, and urine turns bright yellow. Feces in catarrhal inflammation are liquid, watery, fetid, mixed with undigested food and mucus.
First aid and treatment: peace and a sparing diet. For 1-2 days, do not feed the cat, give only water or herbal decoctions and infusions, administer sc / hamavit, give vetom-1.1, lactoferon, polysorb on an empty stomach for 5-7 days. In the future, feed nutritious meat food. It is best to give raw, low-fat meat.
Show the cat to the veterinarian.
Phytotherapy. Of plants, for the preparation of herbal decoctions and infusions for gastroenteritis, the marshmallow root, a string, oak bark, sage leaves, and chamomile are recommended.
Also shown is a cleansing tea.
A number of plant fees apply.
1. Common fennel (fruits) 25 g, medicinal marshmallow (roots) 25 g., Chamomile pharmacy (flowers) 25 g, licorice bare (root) 25 g.
2. For the prevention and treatment of acute gastroenteritis: chamomile, flowers - 2 hours, drooping birch, buds - 2 hours, burdock big, roots - 2 hours, plantain big, leaves - 1 hour, yarrow, grass - 1 hour, coltsfoot, leaves - 1 hour, ordinary pine, buds - 1 hour. Brew one tablespoon in a glass of boiling water, boil over low heat for 25-30 minutes, cool for 10 minutes at room temperature, drain. Squeeze out the remaining raw materials, bring to 0.2 l with boiled water. Give the broth in warm form 3 times a day for 20-30 minutes before taking the feed. After 15-20 minutes, make a microclyster from the same broth 1 time per day in a volume of 10 ml. Therapeutic dose of decoction for cats is 8-10 ml, prophylactic - 4-5 ml. (according to I.V. Sidorov, V.V. Kalugin et al., 2001).
3. For the prevention and treatment of chronic gastroenteritis:
St. John's wort perforated, grass - 3 hours, large plantain, leaves - 2 hours, chamomile, flowers - 1 hour, yarrow, grass - 1 hour, ordinary oak, bark - 1 hour. Brew one tablespoon in a glass boiling water and insist 15 minutes. Give infusion 3-4 times a day for 20-30 minutes before taking the feed. Microclysters from the same infusion are recommended 1 time per day in a volume of 10 ml. Therapeutic dose of infusion for cats is 10-12 ml, prophylactic - 5-6 ml (according to I.V. Sidorov, V.V. Kalugin et al., 2001).
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