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Etheylene glycol (EG) poisoning is highly dangerous in cats and a small dose of it could cause signs which are initially non-specific and may be easily missed. So, our study was preformed to determine the various effects of EG administration on cats. 10 cats of both sexes aging 1-3 years old were...

Author(s)
Ebrahim, Z. K.; Metwally, A. M.; Elsayed, M. S.; Gemeaa, S. M.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Behira, Egypt
Citation
Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2020, 63, 1, pp 51-58
Abstract

The kidney has an essential role in maintaining normal physiological functions but it can be affected by various drugs and chemicals. A common seasonal cause of renal failure in cats is ingestion of antifreeze containing ethylene glycol. It is not the ethylene glycol itself which causes renal...

Author(s)
Bates, N.
Publisher
MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK
Citation
The Veterinary Nurse, 2019, 10, 8, pp 418-424
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The aim of this study is to underline the significance of ethylene glycol poisoning as a differential diagnosis in young outdoor cats presented with sudden onset of lethargy in the absence of other clinical signs whose state continues to degrade over a few hours. Ethylene glycol intoxication is...

Author(s)
Popa, A. M.; Goanță, A. M.; Fernoagă, C.; Ioniță, L.; Codreanu, M.
Publisher
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, 2018, 64, 1, pp 91-94
Abstract

A nine-year-old cat was presented in a lethargic state with ataxic gait, ventroflexion of the neck and hypothermia. Palpation of the abdomen revealed tenderness of the kidneys on both sides. Blood tests indicated metabolic acidosis, azotaemia, hyperkalemia and hypocalcaemia. Urine tests also...

Author(s)
Naglo-Dünner, J.; Schumacher, M.; Hermeyer, K.
Publisher
Verlag M. & H, Schaper Gmbh, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Kleintierpraxis, 2018, 63, 6, pp 320-329
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Anti-freeze intoxication is most frequently encountered in dogs and cats after accidental consumption of the liquid emptied from car radiators. In ruminants, the intoxication can appear as a consequence of erratic contamination of grazing fields with the liquid from tractor tires. Other cases have...

Author(s)
Pașca, S. A.; Solcan, G.; Șindilar, E. V.; Lazăr, M.
Publisher
Universitatea de Științe Agronomice și Medicină Veterinară București, București, Romania
Citation
Scientific Works - University of Agronomical Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest Series C, Veterinary Medicine, 2012, 58, 4, pp 288-296
Abstract

The kidneys of a 3-month-old female cat were examined. The cat which had been raised under controlled conditions with no history of any poisoning showed progressive weight loss with increases in blood BUN and creatinine concentrations. At necropsy, both kidneys were firm in consistency with...

Author(s)
Suzuki, T.; Uetsuka, K.; Doi, K.; Nunoya, T.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2012, 74, 3, pp 381-384
Abstract

Ethylene glycol (anti-freeze) toxicity is a serious emergency in both veterinary and human medicine. Ethylene glycol (E/G) is the active anti-freeze principle in radiator water additives. It is odourless, colourless and has a sweet taste. As little as 5-20 ml is sufficient to kill a cat or a dog,...

Author(s)
Keller, N.; Goddard, A.
Publisher
South African Veterinary Association, Pretoria, South Africa
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 2005, 76, 2, pp 116-119
Abstract

Dogs and cats are commonly poisoned by ingestion of ethylene glycol (anti-freeze). Ethylene glycol is oxidized by alcohol dehydrogenase to glycoaldehyde in the liver which are then converted to glycolic acid, glyoxalate and finally, oxalate. Calcium oxalate crystals may be found in the tubular...

Author(s)
Pasca, S. A.; Oprean, O. Z.; Dohotariu, L.
Publisher
Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicină Veterinară "Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iași, Iasi, Romania
Citation
Lucrăi Știiņifice - Medicină Veterinară, Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicină Veterinară "Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iași, 2002, 45, 4(1), pp 241-246
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Author(s)
Denneberg, N. Å.
Citation
Svensk Veterinärtidning, 1999, 51, 8-9, pp 405-409
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A pathological study was performed on 5 of 21 cats (1-9 years old) affected with systemic calcinosis. Haematology and serum chemistry analyses revealed elevated values of phosphorus, blood urea nitrogen, serum creatinine and 25-hydroxycholecalciferol. X-ray examination showed increased density of...

Author(s)
Morita, T.; Awakura, T.; Shimada, A.; Umemura, T.; Nagai, T.; Haruna, A.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1995, 57, 5, pp 831-837

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