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ETIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF ANEMIA IN DOG INTOXICATION

By Likhoman A. V., Tarabrin I. V. and Redko V. V.

Abstract

Dog poisoning toxicant used at home for rodent control (often based on zinc phosphide ) is accompanied by the development of anemia . In etiopathogenesis of this type of pathology of the blood we can highlight as important: haemolytic , haemorrhagic and allergic components, but the nature and extent of the changes under there are unequal. This requires the development of a special algorithm of examination and treatment strategies of the animal in accordance with the stages of the development of the disease. Modern conditions dictate the need, along with the actions to carry out urgent medical identification as the main etiological factor and pathogenesis, and the leading pathogenetic factors that pose a threat to the danger of other pathological processes and disease states. First, we evaluate the extent of damage to the liver, kidneys, heart, spleen and blood vessels, which is possible only if the clinic has appropriate methods and equipment. It is undeniable in this regard the importance of evidence-based recommendations for dietary nutrition of the affected animal's behavior after the clinic urgent remedial measures. The article proves high importance of evaluating the effectiveness of the treatment in the clini

Topics: DOG, INTOXICATION, ANEMIA, COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT, LIVER DISEASE, PROTEINURIA, HEMATURIA, HEMORRHAGE, TREATMENT, General Works, A
Publisher: Kuban State Agrarian University
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:0bb315f25c5144689cde3926fd84da03
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