Glaucome — Wikipdia

Mise en garde mdicale modifier - modifier le code - voir Wikidata (aide) En haut vision normale En bas baisse avance du champ visuel due un glaucome Source National Eye Institute (NIH) Le glaucome est une maladie dgnrative du nerf optique qui entrane une perte progressive de la vision commenant tout d'abord en priphrie et progressant graduellement vers le centre Cette

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How to Treat Common Eye Problems in Dogs

Dogs with KCS don't produce enough tear film to keep their eyes adequately lubricated This causes a dog's cornea and conjunctiva to become dry thickened red irritated and inflamed If not diagnosed and managed KCS can lead to painful corneal ulceration eye infection impaired vision and even blindness In most cases the cause of KCS in dogs is unknown but an autoimmune condition is

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Computed tomographic analysis of the effects of

fects of hyperosmolar mannitol and methylprednisolone on experimentally produced myocardial infarcts were evaluated serially over the course of approximately I month Infarct size initial perfusion defect (jeopardized segment) and noninfarcted muscle mass were deter mined in three groups of conditioned mongrel dogs Group I (n =

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Mannitol for Dogs and Cats

Overview of Mannitol for Canines and Felines Mannitol also known as Osmitrol or Manniject is a hexahydric alcohol that is used as an osmotic diuretic for the treatment of head trauma glaucoma and other causes of swelling or edema in dogs and cats When injected intravenously its molecules distribute throughout the extracellular fluid drawing fluid from the intracellular space and

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The 6 Worst Sugar Alcohols For Diarrhea Bloating Bad Gas

While not considered as bad for bloating flatulence and diarrhea as mannitol maltitol or sorbitol xylitol is still a problematic sugar alcohol for some people causing an upset stomach intestinal pain and watery stools at high doses Dog owners should also be aware that xylitol is highly toxic to dogs Given the way sugar alcohols are often

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How to Treat Common Eye Problems in Dogs

Dogs with KCS don't produce enough tear film to keep their eyes adequately lubricated This causes a dog's cornea and conjunctiva to become dry thickened red irritated and inflamed If not diagnosed and managed KCS can lead to painful corneal ulceration eye infection impaired vision and even blindness In most cases the cause of KCS in dogs is unknown but an autoimmune condition is

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Effects of mannitol on cerebral circulation after

ontrol group (ten dogs) and 39% in the mannitol group In the control group rCBF increased gradually thereafter to 70% of the preis-chemic value 10 h postischemia whereas the restoration of rCBF was suppressed in the mannitol group During the postischemic period intracranial pressure (ICP) increased significantly in the control group but it did not change significantly in the mannitol

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Xylitol Toxicity in Dogs

Toxic effects of xylitol in dogs can occur within 10 to 15 minutes but may be delayed up to a few days If you suspect that your dog has eaten a product containing xylitol see your veterinarian immediately Children should be advised to never give candy or gum to pets What Is Xylitol Toxicity? Xylitol is a sugar substitute that is commonly used in sugar-free gum and candy nicotine gum

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Fluid Therapy for Critically Ill Dogs and Cats

Initial rapid infusion for dogs should be 20 to 40 ml/kg IV (one half this amount for cats) for 15 minutes followed by 70 to 90 ml/kg (dogs) or 30 to 50 ml/kg (cats) administered over one hour This loading volume is followed by administration of maintenance fluids at a rate of 10 to 12 ml/kg/hr for dogs and 5 to 6 ml/kg/hr for cats 10 The patient's heart and respiratory rates and urine

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Bromethalin toxicosis in the dog Part I: clinical effects

Treatment of the syndrome using mannitol and dexamethasone did not increase survival in 9 dogs given an otherwise lethal dose of bromethalin A modified treatment schedule consisting of a single oral dose of superactivated charcoal/sorbitol immediately after bromethalin dosing followed by dexamethasone mannitol and furosemide once clinical signs developed was also ineffective in treating

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How to Treat Common Eye Problems in Dogs

Dogs with KCS don't produce enough tear film to keep their eyes adequately lubricated This causes a dog's cornea and conjunctiva to become dry thickened red irritated and inflamed If not diagnosed and managed KCS can lead to painful corneal ulceration eye infection impaired vision and even blindness In most cases the cause of KCS in dogs is unknown but an autoimmune condition is

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Bromethalin toxicosis in the dog Part I: clinical effects

Treatment of the syndrome using mannitol and dexamethasone did not increase survival in 9 dogs given an otherwise lethal dose of bromethalin A modified treatment schedule consisting of a single oral dose of superactivated charcoal/sorbitol immediately after bromethalin dosing followed by dexamethasone mannitol and furosemide once clinical signs developed was also ineffective in treating

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Clindamycin for Dogs: Safety Uses Dosage Side Effects

Dogs with kidney and liver diseases [5] Signs of a clindamycin overdose Weight loss behavioral changes and seizures are signs that a dog is overdosing on clindamycin Take it to a veterinarian as soon as possible or call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Helpline (1-888-426-4435) [1] References Side Effects of Clindamycin for Dogs – Cuteness Clindamycin for Dogs

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Fluid Therapy for Critically Ill Dogs and Cats

Initial rapid infusion for dogs should be 20 to 40 ml/kg IV (one half this amount for cats) for 15 minutes followed by 70 to 90 ml/kg (dogs) or 30 to 50 ml/kg (cats) administered over one hour This loading volume is followed by administration of maintenance fluids at a rate of 10 to 12 ml/kg/hr for dogs and 5 to 6 ml/kg/hr for cats 10 The patient's heart and respiratory rates and urine

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Neuroanesthesia Adjuncts and Mannitol Administration

Aortic Cross-Clamping in Dogs W A C Mutch MD M R Graham MD W C Halliday MD D B Thiessen BSc BA L G Girling BSc Background andPurpose: Using a canine model of thoracic aortic cross-clamping we compared the incidence and severity of paraplegia with and without standard neuroanesthesia adjuncts (mannitol administration anddeliberate hyperventilation) Better

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Cerebral Edema (Brain Swelling) in Dogs

Both cats and dogs can suffer from cerebral edema Head trauma is more commonly seen in young smaller animals What to Watch For Animals with cerebral edema may range from being dull and unresponsive to being comatose depending on the severity of the brain swelling They are often blind very weak or unable to walk and may have seizures Diagnosis of Cerebral Edema History and

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The Top 10 Canine Toxins: Part I

Dr Justine Lee's specialty is pet poison prevention and in this blog she discusses some of the most dangerous toxins for dogs For more from Dr Lee find her on Facebook! Next week – March 17-23rd – is Poison Prevention Week marking over five decades of safer homes and saved lives While this nationally-recognized awareness effort was originally directed towards parents of two-legged

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Fluid Therapy for Critically Ill Dogs and Cats

Initial rapid infusion for dogs should be 20 to 40 ml/kg IV (one half this amount for cats) for 15 minutes followed by 70 to 90 ml/kg (dogs) or 30 to 50 ml/kg (cats) administered over one hour This loading volume is followed by administration of maintenance fluids at a rate of 10 to 12 ml/kg/hr for dogs and 5 to 6 ml/kg/hr for cats 10 The patient's heart and respiratory rates and urine

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Canine Heat Stroke

Dogs with an increased risk of developing heat stroke include older dogs dogs suffering from obesity brachycephalic breeds large breeds and breeds with extremely thick hair coats Any disease process that inhibits the dog's normal ability to efficiently pant such as laryngeal paralysis airway masses and collapsed trachea also increase the risk of developing hyperthermia Dogs who

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Bromethalin toxicosis in the dog Part I: clinical effects

Treatment of the syndrome using mannitol and dexamethasone did not increase survival in 9 dogs given an otherwise lethal dose of bromethalin A modified treatment schedule consisting of a single oral dose of superactivated charcoal/sorbitol immediately after bromethalin dosing followed by dexamethasone mannitol and furosemide once clinical signs developed was also ineffective in treating

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Rsum des caractristiques du produit

Le mannitol augmente l'excrtion du sodium ce qui s'accompagne d'une excrtion relativement plus importante d'eau l'excrtion du potassium du chlore du calcium du phosphate du lithium du magnsium de l'ure et de l'acide urique est galement augmente Effet sur le cerveau Le mannitol ne traverse pas la barrire hmatoencphalique sauf en prsence de taux trs levs de

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Claritin For Dogs

Pregnant Dogs: Because of the limited information regarding the use of loratadine during pregnancy it's advised not to give this medicine to a pregnant dog Instead consider using similar medicines such as Zyrtec which have shown to be safe for use in these circumstances Guidelines For Use To ensure the safety of your dog during treatment you should always seek advice from your vet

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What is the survival rate for dogs with liver failure

28/09/2009I took my dog to the vet today because he has been sick The vet told me that he was having liver problems and that he had a 50/50 chance of making it and that he was a very sick puppy He said he had jaundice and something else to do with his gums It all happened so fast that all I want to know is my baby going to make it? Have any of your dogs went through this if so were they ok?

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Computed tomographic analysis of the effects of

fects of hyperosmolar mannitol and methylprednisolone on experimentally produced myocardial infarcts were evaluated serially over the course of approximately I month Infarct size initial perfusion defect (jeopardized segment) and noninfarcted muscle mass were deter mined in three groups of conditioned mongrel dogs Group I (n =

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