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Animalele de companie si COVID 19?

Nu exista pana acum dovezi clare ca pisicile si cainii ar putea imbolnavi sau infecta oamenii cu COVID 19

Comunitatea veterinara urmareste cu deosebit interes evolutia pandemiei de COVID-19, pentru a identifica riscurile pentru animale si posibila transmitere zoonotica. Cu unele exceptii, majoritatea infectiilor cu coronavirus (CoV), la animalele domestice, sunt asociate predominant cu bolile gastro-intestinale.

Pe 28 februarie 2020 Departamentul de Agricultura, Pescuit si Conservare  (DAPC) a dat publicitatii o declaratie potrivit careia un caine a fost testat pozitiv la SARS CoV2. Aceasta declaratie a ridicat multe semne de intrebare in randul iubitorilor de animale dar si din partea colegilor veterinari, cu privire la modul in care potentialele contaminari ale animalelor de companie ne-ar putea afecta, nu numai in Hong Kong ci si in intreaga lume.

Cazul despre care se afirma in declaratie este al unui catel din rasa Pomeranian in varsta de 17 ani, cu comorbiditati, care a fost trimis la DACP dupa ce proprietarul a fost testat pozitiv la COVID 19.  S-au recoltat probe orale, nazale si rectale exact cum se procedeaza pentru cazurile umane. Aceste probe au fost testate serologic, cultural si prin PCR, acesta din urma fiind considerat precis pentru COVID 19.  Probele recoltate din cavitatea bucala si nazala au iesit slab pozitive in cazul a 5 testari separate succesive pe o perioada de doua saptamani. O posibila contaminare de la om la animal a fost exclusa , iar recontaminarea nu a fost posibila deoarece animalul a fost tinut izolat in carantina in canisele guvernamentale. Aceste rezultate sugereaza o adevarata infectie, dupa cum au convenir expertii in virusologie si boli infectioase de la Universitatea din Hong Kong si OMS.

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OSTEOCICATRAT GEL

Adjuvant osteoreparator, antiinflamator şi rubefiant

COMPOZIŢIE
100 g Osteocicatrat Gel conțin:
Extract de Symphytum officinale (tătăneasă) 25 g; Extract de Chelidonium majus (rostopască) 25 g;
Excipienţi (mentol; camfor; natrosol, nipagin, glicerină, propilenglicol, hidroxid de sodiu, apă deionizată) ad 100 g

ACŢIUNE FARMACOLOGICĂ

Tătăneasa, prin componenta sa de bază – alantoina, are proprietăţi cicatrizante, emoliente, antiiritative şi keratolitice. Alantoina este un agent non-toxic, fiind utilizată cu succes în produse dermatologice, cosmetice şi veterinare; stimulează proliferarea celulară şi formarea de ţesut nou, sănătos; are un efect keratolitic pronunţat şi o puternică acţiune emolientă, acţionând ca un agent chimic de îndepărtare a debriurilor celulare necrozate şi de curăţare a locului de aplicare. Efectul alantoinei se manifestă şi la concentraţii scăzute (0,1 – 2 %).
Rostopasca are ca şi componentă de bază chelidonina – un benzofenantridin derivat cu acţiune similară cu cea a morfinei. Are efect sedativ, analgezic, spasmolitic şi citostatic.
Camforul şi mentolul au un efect uşor rubefiant şi de răcorire a zonei de aplicare.
Compoziţia excipientului (baza de gel) asigură o penetrare eficientă a produsului în piele, permiţând manifestarea rapidă a acţiunii acestuia.

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Jonatan

Pudelul Jonatan al poetului Langebin l-a insotit pe acesta intr-o plimbare prin padure, unde poetul isi pierdu punga cu bani.

Pe drum spre casa, poetul, observand lipsa banilor, dadu luiJonatan sa-i miroase buzunarul si cum cainele era dresat sa caute obiecte, il trimise inapoi sa-i aduca punga din padure.

Intre timp, un taran de prin imprejurimi gasind portofelul il vari repede in buzunar. Cainele Jonatan, luindu-i insa urma, il ajunse si incepu sa latre, sarind imprejurul lui. Taranul, neintelegand limbajul cainelui, fu foarte bucuros ca un caine atat de frumos il indragise. Ii puse cureaua de gat, ducandu-l acaa si culcandu-l cu el intr-o magazine.

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Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine

Lynelle R. Johnson

ISBN: 978-0-813-81671-5 May 2010 Wiley-Blackwell 216 Pages

DESCRIPTION
Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine provides reliable information on the diagnosis and management of respiratory disease in a user-friendly format. With an emphasis on the features of the history and physical examination that aid in efficient diagnostic planning, the book is an accessible, readable resource for optimizing treatment of patients with diseases of the respiratory tract. Offering comprehensive, accessible coverage of respiratory disorders, Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine is a useful practice guide and study aid for general practitioners and veterinary students.
Beginning with introductory chapters on the localization of disease, diagnostics, and therapeutics, the heart of the book focuses on the full range of respiratory diseases, including nasal disorders, diseases of airways, parenchymal diseases, pleural and mediastinal diseases, and vascular disorders. Each chapter takes a common format with diseases subdivided by etiology into structural, infectious, inflammatory, and neoplastic disorders. Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine is a useful tool for students and practitioners engaged in studying, diagnosing, and treating respiratory disease.

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Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases

Authors: Jane Sykes
eBook ISBN: 9781437707960
eBook ISBN: 9780323241946
Hardcover ISBN: 9781437707953
Imprint: Saunders
Published Date: 2nd August 2013
Page Count: 928

Description
Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases is a practical, up-to-date resource covering the most important and cutting-edge advances in the field. Presented by a seasoned educator in a concise, highly visual format, this innovative guide keeps you current with the latest advances in this ever-changing field. 80 case studies illustrate the clinical relevance of the major infectious disease chapters.

Key Features
Well-organized Major Infectious Diseases chapters break down content by etiologic agent and epidemiology, clinical signs and their pathophysiology, physical examination findings, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis, immunity, prevention, and public health implications.
Over 80 case studies illustrate how the information provided can be applied in everyday practice.
Logical approach to laboratory diagnosis guides you through all the steps needed to accurately diagnose and treat viral, bacterial, fungal, protozoal, and algal diseases.

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Manual of Canine and Feline Cardiology, 5th Edition

by Francis W. K. Smith Jr., Larry P. Tilley, Mark Oyama, Meg M. Sleeper
July 2015

The most effective, practical approach to the recognition and management of cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary medicine, Manual of Canine and Feline Cardiology, 5th Edition walks readers through the challenges and conditions encountered in everyday practice. This completely revised and updated edition includes vital information on diagnostic modalities and techniques, therapeutic options, surgical procedures, and pharmaceutical management of the dog and cat cardiac patient. A new chapter on genetic and biomarker testing and a new chapter on nutrition surrounding cardiovascular disease ensure practitioners are well-equipped to handle every aspect of cardiac care in small animals.

The latest coverage on common cardiovascular disorders and practical treatment methods addresses topics, such as: cardiac failure, cardiac arrhythmias, conduction disturbances, cardiopulmonary arrest, and more.
Easy-to-follow organization separates content into three sections that build on each other ― Section 1: Diagnosis of Heart Disease; Section 2: Cardiovascular Disease; Section 3: Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease.
Extensive art program contains vivid illustrations, clinical photographs, and color Doppler images.
Drug formulary appendix features a list of commonly used cardiopulmonary drugs, along with formulations, indications, and dosages (for both dogs and cats).

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BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Nephrology and Urology, 3rd Edition

Jonathan Elliott (Editor), Gregory F Grauer (Editor), Jodi Westropp (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-905-31994-7 December 2017 368 Pages

DESCRIPTION
This new edition of the popular manual expands on the conditions covered in the second edition; common problems are assessed and the various treatment options considered. Guidance on long-term management of chronic conditions has also been expanded and extensively revised.
Increased focus on diagnostic techniques for chronic kidney disease and incontinence
Chapters covering the management of urinary incontinence and glomerulopathies
Features a new chapter on kidney injury

About the Author
Jonathan Elliott graduated from Cambridge University Veterinary School in 1985. After graduation, he completed an Internship at Veterinary Hospital University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in 1986, a PhD in vascular biology and amine oxidases at the University of Cambridge in 1989 and gained his RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Cardiology in 1990.

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