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Salmonella

Salmonellosis is an acute infectious disease caused by salmonella, most often Salmonella typhimurium. Cats get sick much less often in dogs, although epizootics also occur, especially in kittens (R.M. Gaskell, M. Bennett, 1999). Infection occurs by alimentary by eating foods contaminated with salmonella, or meat of wild birds. Immunosuppression (an accompanying intestinal infection, long-term treatment with antibiotics or corticosteroids) is a contributing factor. The disease occurs in both acute and chronic form. Specified diagnosis should be put in the microbiological laboratory.

Symptoms: In acute cases, the disease manifests itself in the form of gastroenteritis. There is lethargy, diarrhea and vomiting, conjunctivitis, fever, refusal of food. Syndrome "withering" kittens.

In chronic course the disease has the appearance of bronchopneumonia. There are reports that illness in pregnant cats leads to abortions and stillbirth of kittens.

In severe cases, the disease leads to endotoxicosis and collapse.

First aid and treatment: manganese is added to the cat for drinking, and for detoxification of the body, furadonin, gamavit are given, and physiological saline is injected. A specific antibiotic is selected by the doctor after testing for the antibiotic sensitivity of the detected Salmonella. Neopen, albipen LA, cepha-kure are shown. It must be kept in mind that cats have salmonella that is resistant to many modern antibiotics.
Diarkan has a good effect, showing not only an antibacterial effect (Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Shigella), but also contributing to the restoration of water-salt balance in the intestine and preventing the transition of enteritis into a hemorrhagic form.

For stimulation of natural immunity, hemovit-plus, salmozan, immunofan, tsamax with spirulina or with seaweed can be used. To restore the intestinal microflora and prevent recurrence of the disease it is recommended to use lactoferon, veto-1.1. During the recovery period, vitamin-mineral supplements SA-37, "Gamma" are recommended.

Directed and timely antibiotic therapy allows to achieve full recovery.

Homeopathic treatment. The main drug is liarsin. Inside by? -1 tablet 3-4 times a day, until stool is normalized.

Phytotherapy. As a phytotherapeutic agent for detoxifying the intestinal tract and protecting the liver, it is recommended to use the "Cleansing Tea" phytoelite. Immunostimulating collection: Aralia Manchu (roots) - 15 g, Levzeya safflower - 15 g, hawthorn (fruits) - 15 g, rosehip cinnamon (fruits) - 15 g, Calendula medicinal (flowers) - 10 g, triple split (grass) - 10 g, black chokeberry (fruit) - 10 g, large plantain (leaves) - 10 g
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Salmonella

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