Proceedings of the 1st International Conference in One Health (ICOH 2017)

Feline Cystitis in Himalayan Cats : a Case Report

Authors
Dodik Prasetyo, Gede Eko Darmono
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Available Online July 2017.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icoh-17.2018.57How to use a DOI?
Keywords
cystitis, dysuria, hematuria, struvite, vesica urinaria
Abstract
2-year-old, Molly cat with a male gender came with owners to Animal Clinic Education Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Brawijaya. Cats come with complaints of vomiting and previously with dysuria less 2 days. Physical examination shows the condition of the cat is generally normal, the temperature of 37.6oC, pulsus 104/minute and respiration frequency 28/minute with the condition of mild dehydration. Physical examination through abdominal palpation on the show distention on vesika urinaria. Cateterization on vesica urinaria shows is obstruction and hematuria caused of urolith and inflammation. Hematology and blood chemistry examination showed thrombocytopenia (89.0 x103/æL, range 300-800x103/æL), increased levels of SGPT (172.3 U/L, range 8.3-52.5 U/L), SGOT (95.8 U/L, range9.2-39.5U/L) and uremia (50.0 mg/dL, range 20.0-30.0 mg/dL).Urinalysis examination (Verity ©) show pH 9.0 (range 6.0-7.5), leukocytes (-), nitrite (-), urobilinogen (-), protein 100 (range 15-30 mg/dL), blood (+), specific gravity 1.01 (range 1.036-1.060), ketone (-), bilirubin (-) and glucose (-). Macroscopic examination of urine shows red color (hematuria), dense and cloudy. Microscopic examination of urine with crystals of struvite types found in moderate.Radiography examination shows full of vesica urinaria. The examination of ultrasonography on vesica urinaria showed thickening of the wall vesica urinaria and sedimentation of crystals are hyperechoic. Treatmentof cystitis use cateterization and flushing of vesica urinaria, fluid therapy use Ringer's Lactate, antivomiting agent (Ranitidine, 2.5 mg/kg i.m. q24h), analgesics (Ketoprofen, 2 mg/kg i.m. q24h) and growth boosters and increase durability of the body, i.e. Hematopan© and Biodin© each 0.15 mL i.m. q24h.Daily therapy uses antibiotics (Doxycycline, 10 mg/kg p.o. q12h), wrecked crystal agent (Keji Beling©, « capsul/day p.o.) and vitamin A (10.000 IU/day p.o.), injection of analgesics (Ketoprofen, 2 mg/kg i.m. q12h) and growth boosters and increase durability of the body (Hematopan © and Biodin © i.m. q24h) as well as diet feeding royal canine urinary s/o©. Treatment for 7 days showed significant changes, that is normal urinary and does not hematuria.
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July 2017
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978-94-6252-481-1
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2468-5739
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