By Albrecht Hesse, Reto Neiger
The color guide bargains with all elements of urolithiasis in canine, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs—from aetiology and pathogenesis to prognosis, remedy and the prevention of sickness recurrence. The authors introduce the reader to therapy protocols constructed from their very own study and adventure, and comprise foreign cutting-edge wisdom of the affliction. issues lined within the color instruction manual contain epidemiology, hazards in spouse animal husbandry, species-specific ameliorations, breed tendencies, genetic reasons, suitable anatomical issues, medical prognosis, stone composition, scientific pathology and therapy protocols. the color guide is a compact, huge ranging illustrated consultant to facing urinary stones in small animals, of worth to veterinarians in education and perform.
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Nevertheless, microscopic identification of crystals in the sediment is helpful and easy to perform (Table 11,29). Urine bacteriology Bacteriological examination of urine is the gold standard in diagnosing a bacterial urinary tract infection. However, it is important that the urine is collected prior to the administration of antibiotics . A bacteriological urinary examination also helps to detect potential antibiotic resistance, a problem that has manifested itself more and more frequently in veterinary medicine recently.
However, it is important that the urine is collected prior to the administration of antibiotics . A bacteriological urinary examination also helps to detect potential antibiotic resistance, a problem that has manifested itself more and more frequently in veterinary medicine recently. 117 As urine itself is a good culture medium, and the bacterial count can double every 20- 45 minutes at room temperature, a culture should be initiated within 30-60 minutes of collection. 118 ). ling eam l·S of or reas that ally, or s of ] Table I I Typical shapes of urinary crystals and urine pH at which they normally occur.
The tely. ) is low The ned lent and Jter the Is is Jx). o be ·mal -::he term 'crystal' comes from the Greek . 'Stallos meaning 'ice' . rrranged flat surfaces. Crystals form when the 2rine is supersaturated with the relevant bstances; the presence of crystals is therefore .. risk factor for urolithiasis. Some forms of crystalluria are physiological and do not cause urolithiasis. :::he evidence of crystals in the urine can be of Jiagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic ::elevance, especially if urolithiasis has been diagnosed in the animal.
A Colour Handbook of Urinary Stones in Small Animal Medicine by Albrecht Hesse, Reto Neiger