Pancreatitis in dogs
pancreatitis is acute or chronic inflammation of the dog's pancreas caused by bacteria, viruses, or poor nutrition
In acute forms, this disease is manifested by sudden, particularly violent attacks with vomiting , pain Abdominal, diarrhea and strong depression. In chronic forms, acute attacks recur regularly and are followed by periods during which the animal manifests digestive disorders accompanied by oily and yellowish stool emission.
Antibiotic therapy, diet intended for not to stimulate the pancreas and intravenous injections of rehydrating solutes (Ringer lactate, glucose solution). In case of chronic pancreatitis, in addition to the antibacterial treatment, extracts of pancreas are used to promote digestion.
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