CLINICAL AND PARACLINICAL PECULIARITIES OF EFFUSIVE FELINE INFECTIOUS PERITONITIS UNDER NON-SPECIFIC IGY TREATMENT: CASE STUDY

Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 6, Number 1
Written by Teodora Diana SUPEANU, Alexandru SUPEANU, Dragoş COBZARIU, Stelian BĂRĂITĂREANU, Doina DANEŞ

Feline infectious peritonitisis a disease determined by a coronavirus, affectingdomestic and wild cats and once triggered is fatal in almost 100%. The occurrence of the related pathology are yet to be fully determined; currently, a certain and confident in-clinicaldiagnosis is unavailable, as is the case for an efficient vaccine or a treatment that will restore to health. These make the feline infectious peritonitis a subject currently undergoing intensive research studies. The paper presents the case of a 5 months cat patient manifesting the rapid evolution effusive form of the disease. The aim of study was to evaluate if the variation of the 24 biological parameters studied was significant under treatment with immunoglobulins of avian origin. The patient tolerated well the supportive therapy based on egg yolk Immunoglobulin Y, without evidences of side effects.

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SUPEANU T.D., SUPEANU A., COBZARIU D., BĂRĂITĂREANU S., DANEŞ D. 2017, CLINICAL AND PARACLINICAL PECULIARITIES OF EFFUSIVE FELINE INFECTIOUS PERITONITIS UNDER NON-SPECIFIC IGY TREATMENT: CASE STUDY. AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 6, Number 1, ISSN 2285-5718, 257-261.


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