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    Dog Anal Sac Disorders

    Posted on July 29, 2008, under Tutorial

    Dog anal sac disorders Dog Anal Sac Disorders may be caused by androgen stimulation since they occur predominantly in males. Combined androgenic and estrogenic influences may be involved because when they do occur in females, spayed females are more commonly affected than sexually intact females. The others predisposing factors include chronically soft feces, recent diarrhea, excessive glandular secretions, and poor muscle tone; retained secretions may lead to infection and abscessation; small breed dogs, including miniature poodles, toy poodles, and chihuahuas are reportedly predisposed to anal sac carcinoma.

    How to diagnose anal sac disorders?
    The history and examination of the anal sacs by digital palpation will establish the diagnosis. If easily palpated through the skin, they are considered enlarged. On expression, normal anal sacs fluid is clear or pale yellow-brown. Thick, pasty brown secretion is characteristic of impaction, and creamy yellow or thin green-yellow secretion is often seen in animals with anal sacculitis.

    Suggested books to read about dog anal sac disorders: Dog Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook, The First Aid Companion for Dogs & Cats, A Pet Owner’s Guide to 150 Symptoms – and What to Do about Them.

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    Veterinary Scalpels and Blades by India Mart

    Posted on July 31, 2007, under Misc

    veterinary-surgical-bladesAvail a wide range of scalpels in numerous shapes and sizes. These are multipurpose in use. Product by Indiamart. Indiamart offers a wide range of surgical blades to choose from. Manufactured from superior grade of stainless steel and carbon steel they are individually V.C.I paper and foil packed & supplied in both sterile and non sterile conditions in a box packing of 100 blades.
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    Buscopan Injectable Solution, Colic Treatment for Horses

    Posted on June 12, 2010, under Veterinary Drug

    buscopan-injectable-solutionBuscopan is indicated for the control of abdominal pain (colic) associated with spasmatic colic, flatulent colic and simple impactions in horses.

    The term “colic” means only “pain in the abdomen” or “pain in the belly”. There are many causes for such pain, ranging from the mild and inconsequential to the life-threatening or fatal. One of the problems with equine colic is that it can be very difficult in the early stages to distinguish the mild from the potentially fatal. This is why all cases of abdominal pain should be taken seriously right from the onset.

    Major types of colic: Impaction colic, Gas colic, Spasmodic colic, Displacement/volvulus/torsion, Enteritis/colitis, Gastric distension/rupture, and Unknown.

    Butylscopolamine is used to treat pain and discomfort caused by abdominal cramps, menstrual cramps, or other spasmodic activity in the digestive system. It is not an analgesic in the normal sense, since it doesn’t ‘mask’ or ‘cover over’ the pain, but rather works to prevent painful cramps and spasms from occurring in the first place. The attachment of the butyl-bromide moiety effectively prevents the movement of this drug across the blood-brain barrier, effectively minimising undesirable CNS side-effects associated with scopolamine/hyoscine. Product Details

    Advantage Flea And Tick Liquid – Cats 1 – 9 Lbs – 0.4 Ml Each X 4 Tubes

    Posted on December 28, 2007, under Misc

    Advantage Flea And Tick Liquid - Cats 1 - 9 Lbs - 0.4 Ml Each X 4 Tubes
    INDICATIONS:Advantage stops fleas from biting in 3-5 minutes, kills 98-100 percent of fleas within 12 hours of application, kills re-infesting fleas within two hours and lasts up to a month. Advantage kills fleas before they lay eggs, so their life cycle is broken. A liquid placed in between the shoulder blades of your pet. Free Shipping.