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This infectious disease caused by pathogenic staphylococci can be observed in cats both as an independent and as a secondary infection, which complicates the course of the underlying disease, for example, various dermatitis.

Symptoms: most often staphylococcal infection manifests itself in the form of pyoderma, occurring in the superficial or deep, localized or generalized form. In addition to external manifestations (skin erosion, pustular rashes, itching, baldness of the skin, furunculosis), a fever, the development of otitis or vaginitis (in females) are possible. Accurate diagnosis is based on laboratory analysis.

Treatment includes local and general therapy. For the treatment of pyoderma, enzymatic preparations of lysozyme, potassium alum, dermatol, etc. are used. A generalized disease is treated with antibiotics, which the doctor prescribes based on the results of microbiological analysis on the antibiotic sensitivity of the isolated pathogen strains. Recently, Baytril (from fluoroquinolones), whose active principle is enrofloxacin, has proven itself to be the most effective for the treatment of staphylococcal infections. Good results were obtained with neopen, chloramphenicol, cephalosporins and linkosamides. But, according to the data of VB Rodionova and VB Muravyeva, the most effective and reliable means of treating staphylococcal infection is staphylococcal autovaccine (a vaccine made from a staphylococcus strain isolated from this animal). With its help, the authors achieved a 100% cure even in the most advanced cases, when low sensitivity to antibiotics was detected due to prolonged and irrational treatment.

Moreover, which is very important, the auto-vaccine is also effective for the treatment of staphylococcosis as a second infection.
To stimulate natural resistance, you can use such modern immunomodulating drugs as neoferon or immunofan, tsamax with spirulina or with seaweed, salmosan. Shown gamavit, maxidin, the use of which dramatically improves the condition of skin preparations. During the recovery period, Gamma vitamin and mineral supplements, SA-37, the microelement complex hemovit-plus, and the multivitamins “Useful Pleasure” are recommended.

To restore intestinal microflora and prevent relapse of the disease, it is recommended to use lactoferon.

Phytotherapy. According to B. Avakayants and K. Treskunov, both primary staphylococcal infection and the complication of prolonged antibiotic therapy are well treated with a phytocomplex of St. John's wort, tansy flowers, calendula flower, large plantain leaf, yarrow grass, chamomile flowers, cinquefoil, sage leaf , nettle leaf, birch buds, coltsfoot leaf, rose hips, eucalyptus leaves and barberry. This complex effectively prevents dysbiosis, reduces the toxic effects of antibiotics on the liver, kidneys, gastrointestinal tract and bone marrow. As a phytotherapeutic agent for detoxification of the intestinal tract and liver protection, it is recommended to use the Cleansing Tea phytoelite. During the recovery period, to restore the mineral balance of the body, it is recommended to use phytomineral dressing phytomines regenerative.
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