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Rhinitis is an inflammation of the nasal mucosa due to a cold, severe hypothermia, injury or inhalation of irritating gases or vapors of chemicals. Sometimes parasites can also cause a runny nose. Rhinitis can be a symptom of such dangerous diseases as calicivirosis, rhinotracheitis, feline influenza, mycoplasmosis, etc., therefore at the slightest signs of it you should consult a veterinarian. In severe cases, rhinitis may be complicated by sinusitis, pharyngitis and laryngitis.

The course is acute or chronic.

Symptoms: cat snorts, shakes head, rubs nose with forepaws. There are also sneezing, shortness of breath, sniffing, discharge from the nasal cavity of the most diverse nature, which, drying on the wings of the nose, form crusts, difficulty breathing. The temperature can be increased by 0.5-1 degrees. With chronic rhinitis, lasting for several months (or even years), the outflows can be smelly, sometimes with blood.

Treatment: acute rhinitis is treated by eliminating catarrhal factors and instilling 2-3 drops of a 0.1% strength solution of furacilin or 0.15% of maxidine into pre-cleaned nasal passages.
You can lubricate the nasal cavities oxolinum ointment or irrigate them with a 1% solution of menthol oil. The nostrils are cleaned of mucus and crusted crusts with a moist swab.

In no case can you bury Naphthyzinum, sanorin, galazolin and other "human" drops from a rhinitis in the cat's nose.

In chronic rhinitis, the mucous membrane of the nose is irrigated with a syringe with menthol oil, 0.5% tannin solution. UHF is also useful on the nose area.

Homeopathic treatment. With clear or whitish secretions - Echinacea compositum + mucosum compositum. With greenish-yellow discharge - traumel + engystol. When the body temperature rises and / or depressed - Echinacea Compositum + Engystol.

The same with frequent sneezing - engystol + mucosis compositum.

Phytotherapy. When starting rhinitis in the nose they bury beet juice (with honey); aloe juice; sea ​​buckthorn oil; rosehip oil; carrot juice (2-3 drops 3-5 times a day).
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  1. Eosinophilic non-allergic rhinitis
    Its prevalence among adult patients with chronic non-infectious rhinitis is 15%, among children - less than 5%. In some patients with eosinophilic non-allergic rhinitis, an aspirin triad is observed. Although clinically eosinophilic non-allergic rhinitis resembles allergic rhinitis, skin tests and the determination of the level of specific IgE give negative results. In the study
  2. Chronic rhinitis
    So far, there is no single classification of chronic rhinitis. Numerous attempts to create an acceptable classification of chronic rhinitis, taking into account the characteristics of etiology, pathogenesis, morphological and typical variants, have not yet been fully completed and continue to the present. Meanwhile, the classification of L. B. Daynak (1987), taking into account a number of positions of other classifications,
    Allergic rhinitis is an inflammatory disease that manifests itself as a complex of symptoms in the form of a runny nose with nasal congestion, sneezing, itching, rhinorrhea, and swelling of the nasal mucosa. ICD-10: J30.1 Allergic rhinitis caused by plant pollen; J30.2 Other seasonal allergic rhinitis; J30.3 Other allergic rhinitis; J30.4 Allergic rhinitis, unspecified. Abbreviations: RAST -
  4. Vasomotor rhinitis
    There are two forms of vasomotor rhinitis: allergic and neurovegetative (L. B. Daynak). Allergenic and allergic forms play a decisive role in this and about l and g and allergen - a substance to which there is an increased sensitivity (sensitization) of the body. Contact with such a substance on the mucous membrane of the upper respiratory tract and its absorption immediately cause an attack of rhinitis. In appearance
  5. Atrophic rhinitis
    Simple atrophic rhinitis. This form of chronic rhinitis is basically not inflammatory, but dystrophic, involving mainly the mucous membrane. It can be a particular manifestation of a systemic disease in which trophic disorders (atrophy) spread to the pharynx, larynx, and other organs and systems (Voyachek VI, 1953). This is the so-called
  6. Year-round allergic rhinitis.
    For perennial allergic rhinitis are characterized by frequent exacerbations, not dependent on the time of year, or a constant flow. Despite the similarity of clinical manifestations with seasonal allergic rhinitis, perennial allergic rhinitis is considered as an independent form of rhinitis. A. Pathogenesis. Changes in the nasal mucosa with perennial allergic rhinitis are less pronounced, but have
  7. Acute rhinitis
    Acute catarrhal (non-specific rhinitis). Acute rhinitis or rhinitis is one of the most common diseases that, apparently, no one who has reached adulthood has avoided. Under this term understand the acute disorder of the function of the nose, accompanied by inflammatory changes in the mucous membrane. Acute rhinitis can be independent (non-specific)
  8. Other forms of rhinitis
    A. Infectious rhinitis. The most common cause is viral infections of the upper respiratory tract. In most cases, sneezing and clear, watery discharge from the nose, which in a few days become purulent, appear first. Neutrophils predominate in the smear. The mucosa is hyperemic, patients often complain of a burning sensation in the nose. Infectious rhinitis in patients with allergic rhinitis
  9. Vasomotor rhinitis
    Vasomotor rhinitis is a disease of unknown etiology associated with impaired vegetative regulation of vascular tone and manifested by chronic edema of the nasal mucosa. Swelling of the mucous membranes and an increase in the secretion of mucus can be triggered by various factors: changes in atmospheric pressure, air temperature and humidity, smells, smoke, drugs, emotional stimuli.
  10. Runny nose (rhinitis)
    The most common pathology in children, especially young children, is rhinitis (runny nose). It can be acute and chronic. Acute rhinitis is an acute nonspecific inflammation of the nasal mucosa. Causes of the disease. Of great importance for the occurrence of acute rhinitis is the reduction of local and general body reactivity and activation of microflora in the nasal cavity. it
    Atrophic rhinitis (lat - Rhinitis atrophica infectiosa suum;. Infectious atrophic rhinitis, IAR, bordetellioz pigs) -hronicheskaya disease of pigs, characterized sero-purulent rhinitis, nasal turbinate atrophy, bone lattice strain with the front of the head, bronchopneumonia and growth retardation (see. color inset). Historical background, distribution, degree of danger and damage.
  12. Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis
    A. Pathogenesis. Contact with the allergen leads to the production of IgE, which is fixed on the mast cells of the nasal mucosa. With repeated contact of allergens on the mucous membrane of the nose, mast cell degranulation occurs and the release of inflammatory mediators - histamine, leukotrienes, prostaglandins, kinins, hydrolases (see Chapter 2). These substances cause the expansion of blood vessels and an increase in their permeability, which
    Chronic respiratory disease, characterized by serous purulent rhinitis, atrophy of the shells, deformation of the bones of the skull. In vivo, only pigs are susceptible to the disease. Most susceptible to dews are suckers. Pre-slaughter diagnosis. In the initial stage of the disease, the piglets show mild rhinitis, accompanied by sneezing and snorting, often conjunctivitis,
  14. Runny nose (rhinitis)
    The clinical picture of acute rhinitis. An acute cold - a manifestation of catarrh of the upper respiratory tract or infections (more often of the flu). The patient has dryness in the nose, burning sensation in the throat, sneezing, heaviness in the head. In the future - laying the nose, abundant discharge, initially light, then mucous-nogic, headache, sometimes pain in the paranasal sinuses, orbits, nasal, tearing,
  15. Vasomotor rhinitis. U-30.0
    {foto21} Outcome of treatment: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (difficulty breathing, discharge from
  16. Chronic rhinitis. U-31.0
    {foto24} Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (difficulty breathing, discharge from
  17. Allergic rhinitis
    Physical blockage This is a runny nose of an allergic nature, caused by inhalation of plant pollen. It usually occurs in mid-May and can last a maximum until mid-July. Emotional blockage This rhinitis, which occurs every year at the same time, indicates that a person has some kind of old spiritual wound received in the year when he first manifested this
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