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2 مشاركة الاعضاء في التعليقات
3 دخول غرفة الدردشة ( الشات )
4 امكانية رؤية الروابط المخفية عن الزوار
5 امكانية رؤية الصور المخفية عن الزوار
6 امكانية رؤية و المشاركة ببعض الاقسام المخفية عن الزوار
7 الحصول على صندوق بريد بعد اتمام العدد المطلوب من المشاركات
8 التعرف على اعضاء عالم اربد و اضافتهم كاصدقاء
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Administering a Pill to Your Cat





Q.How do I give a pill to my cat?
A.If your cat is not on dietary restrictions, and your
veterinarian said the medication can be given with food, the easiest way
to give a pill is to hide it in a piece of food. A small amount of
butter, tuna, cream cheese, liverwurst, canned cat food or semi-moist
food like Pounce is often used. Canned cheese with nozzle dispensing
often works too, and does not have to be refrigerated. If you are going
to put the pill in the cat's food, it is best to give a small amount of
the food without the pill first. This lowers your cat's suspicion index.
It is best not to mix the medication in an entire meal, since if the
cat does not eat the whole meal, she will not get the appropriate dose
of medication.
If your cat will not take the pill in food, or cannot have food with the medication, then it is down the hatch.

  1. Get the pill out of the bottle and place it where it will be handy.
  2. Bring your cat to the place you will give the pill, talking to her
    in a happy voice. If you do not sound worried or concerned, your cat
    will be less likely to feel that way as well.
  3. Sometimes, it is helpful to wrap the cat in a blanket or very large
    towel so just her head is sticking out. Place her back end against
    something so she cannot back away from you. I have found that when
    giving a pill to my Siamese cat, who fights against 'being pilled'
    literally tooth and nail, wrapping him in a large towel and then placing
    him between my knees as I sit on the floor gives me the most control.
    Other people like to place the cat more at eye level - on a table.
  4. Hold the pill between your thumb and index finger. (If you are right-handed, use your right hand.)
  5. Using your other hand, gently (but firmly) grasp your cat's head
    from above with your thumb on one side of the hinge of the jaw and your
    fingers on the other.
  6. Tilt your pet's head back over her shoulders so she is looking at the ceiling. Her lower jaw will automatically drop a bit.
[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة] (For better visualization, an extra large pill was used for this picture.)

  1. Place one of your free fingers of the hand holding the pill between the lower canine teeth (the long front teeth) and push down.
    Quickly place the pill as far back in your cat's mouth as possible,
    getting it over the 'hump' of the tongue. Do not place your hand too far
    in, however, or your cat may gag.
    Close your cat's mouth, hold it closed, and lower her head to a normal
    position, which will make swallowing easier. Gently rub or blow on your
    cat's nose; this often stimulates a cat to lick her nose, and then
    swallow.
    Talk softly and stroke your cat, or give another type of praise your cat
    will enjoy, e.g., a food treat. This will make the next time easier.
    And remember, the quicker you can give the medication, the easier it is
    on both of you.
    [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]
    If you have to break a scored tablet, here is a simple procedure that
    should work for any tablet that has a somewhat rounded surface:

    1. Place the tablet on a flat hard surface.
    2. Place one thumb on each side of the score.
    3. Press down with both thumbs.

Although pictures are worth a thousand words, seeing a live
demonstration is even better. If your veterinarian prescribes pills for
your cat, have one of the veterinary staff show you how to give them.


Administering a Pill to Your Dog




Q.How do I give a pill to my dog?
A.If your dog is not on dietary restrictions, and your
veterinarian said the medication can be given with food, the easiest way
to give a pill is to hide it in a piece of food. A small amount of
butter, peanut butter, liverwurst, cream cheese, or canned pet food, is
often used. Canned cheese with nozzle dispensing often works too, and
does not have to be refrigerated. If you are going to put the pill in
the dog's food, it is best to give a small amount of the food without
the pill first. This lowers your dog's suspicion index. It is best not
to mix the medication in an entire meal, since if the dog does not eat
the whole meal, he will not get the appropriate dose of medication.
If your dog will not take the pill in food or cannot have food with the medication, then it is down the hatch.

  1. Get the pill out of the bottle and place it where it will be handy.
  2. Call your dog to you in a happy voice. If you do not sound worried
    or concerned, your dog will be less likely to feel that way as well.
  3. Take your dog to a convenient spot, and place your dog's hind end
    against something so he cannot back away from you. Some people have
    found they have better control if they place the dog on a surface up
    above the floor. If you do so, make sure you have assistance, so the dog
    will not jump or fall off the table and hurt himself. The person
    assisting you should hold the dog around the shoulders and chest.
  4. Hold the pill between your thumb and index finger. (If you are right-handed, use your right hand.)
  5. [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]Using your other hand, gently grasp your dog's muzzle from above with your thumb on one side and your fingers on the other.
  6. Squeeze behind the upper canine teeth and tilt your pet's head back
    over his shoulders so he is looking at the ceiling. His lower jaw will
    automatically drop a bit.
  7. Use one of the other fingers of your right hand to lower the bottom
    jaw further by placing the finger between the lower canine teeth (the
    long front teeth) and pushing down.
  8. [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]Quickly
    place the pill as far back in your dog's mouth as possible, getting it
    over the 'hump' of the tongue. Do not place your hand too far in,
    however, or your dog may gag.
  9. Close your dog’s mouth, hold it closed, and lower his head to a
    normal position, which will make swallowing easier. Gently rubbing or
    blowing on your dog's nose may help stimulate him to swallow.
    [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]
  10. If you have to break a scored tablet, here is a simple procedure
    that should work for any tablet that has a somewhat rounded surface:

    1. Place the tablet on a flat hard surface.
    2. Place one thumb on each side of the score.
    3. Press down with both thumbs.

  11. Give your dog plenty of praise, and possibly a treat. This will make
    next time easier. And remember, the quicker you can give the
    medication, the easier it is on both of you.
Although pictures are worth a thousand words, seeing a live
demonstration is even better. If your veterinarian prescribes pills for
your dog, have one of the veterinary staff show you how to give them.








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Administering Liquid Medication to Your Cat




Q.How do I give my cat a liquid medication?
A.If your cat is not on dietary restrictions, your veterinarian
said the medication can be given with food, and the dose is small, the
easiest way may be to mix it with a small amount of canned food. It is
best to give a small amount of the food without the medication first.
This lowers your cat's suspicion index. It is best not to mix the
medication in an entire meal, since if the cat does not eat the whole
meal, she will not get the appropriate dose of medication.
If your cat will not take the medication in food, cannot have food with
the medication, or the dose is too large, then it is down the hatch.

  1. Get
    the medication ready – shake the bottle if necessary, and withdraw the
    appropriate amount of liquid into the dropper or oral syringe provided
    by your veterinarian. Place the filled dropper or syringe where it will
    be handy.
  2. Bring your cat to the place you will give the medication, talking to
    her in a happy voice. If you do not sound worried or concerned, your
    cat will be less likely to feel that way as well.
  3. Sometimes, it is helpful to wrap the cat in a blanket or very large
    towel so just her head is sticking out. Place her back end against
    something so she cannot back away from you. I have found that when
    giving medication to my Siamese cat, who fights against it literally
    tooth and nail, wrapping him in a large towel and then placing him
    between my knees as I sit on the floor gives me the most control. Other
    people like to place the cat more at eye level – on a table.
  4. Pick up the syringe or dropper. (If you are right-handed, use your right hand.)
  5. Using your other hand, gently (but firmly) grasp your cat's head
    from above with your thumb on one side of the hinge of the jaw and your
    fingers on the other.
  6. Place the tip of the eyedropper or syringe into the mouth in the
    space right behind the long canine teeth. This area has only a few very
    small teeth.
  7. Advance the eyedropper or tip of the syringe into the mouth until it is just past the teeth.
  8. [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]Slowly
    administer the medication. Give the medication in small amounts with a
    slight pause between each portion. Be very careful not to give it faster
    than your cat can swallow it. Do not try to give all of the liquid at
    once, since this may cause choking or vomiting. Your cat may spit out
    some of the medication. If this occurs, do not re-administer another
    dose unless you feel the cat spit out the entire dose.
  9. Hold your cat's mouth closed, and have her head in a normal
    position, which will make swallowing easier. Gently rub or blow on your
    cat's nose; this often stimulates a cat to lick her nose, and then
    swallow.

  1. Wipe off any medication that got on your cat's face using a soft, moist cloth.
  2. Talk softly and stroke your cat, or give another type of praise your
    cat will enjoy, e.g., a food treat. This will make the next time
    easier. And remember, the more efficiently you can give the medication,
    the easier it is on both of you.
  3. Rinse the syringe/dropper with tap water and return the medication to the refrigerator, if necessary.
Although pictures are worth a thousand words, seeing a live
demonstration is even better. If your veterinarian prescribes liquid
medication for your cat, have one of the veterinary staff show you how
to give it.




Administering Liquid Medication toYour Dog

Q.How do I give liquid medications to my dog?
A.If your dog is not on dietary restrictions, your veterinarian
said that the medication can be given with food, and the dose is small,
the easiest way may be to mix it with a small amount of canned food. It
is best to give a small amount of the food without the medication first.
This lowers your dog's suspicion index. It is best not to mix the
medication in an entire meal, since if the dog does not eat the whole
meal, she will not get the appropriate dose of medication. If your dog
will not take the medication in food, cannot have food with the
medication, or the dose is too large, then it is down the hatch.

  1. Get
    the medication ready - shake the bottle if necessary, and withdraw the
    appropriate amount of liquid into the dropper or oral syringe provided
    by your veterinarian. Place the filled dropper or syringe where it will
    be handy.
  2. Call your dog to you in a happy voice. If you do not sound worried
    or concerned, your dog will be less likely to feel that way as well.
  3. Take your dog to a convenient spot, and place your dog's hind end
    against something so he cannot back away from you. Some people have
    found they have better control if they place the dog on a surface up
    above the floor. If you do so, make sure you have assistance, so the dog
    will not jump or fall off the table and hurt himself. The person
    assisting you should hold the dog around the shoulders and chest.
  4. Pick up the syringe or dropper. (If you are right-handed, use your right hand.)
  5. Using your other hand, gently grasp your dog's muzzle from above. Tilt the dog's head back slightly.
  6. Place the tip of the eyedropper or syringe into the pocket formed between the dog's cheek and back teeth.
  7. [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]Slowly
    administer the medication. Give the medication in small amounts with a
    slight pause between each portion. Be very careful not to give it faster
    than your dog can swallow it. Do not try to give all of the liquid at
    once, since this may cause choking or vomiting. Your dog may spit out
    some of the medication. If this occurs, do not re-administer another
    dose unless you feel he spit out the entire dose.
  8. Hold your dog's mouth closed, and have his head in a slightly
    elevated position, which will make swallowing easier. Gently rubbing or
    blowing on your dog’s nose may help stimulate him to swallow.

  1. Wipe off any medication that got on your dog's face using a soft, moist cloth.
  2. Give your dog plenty of praise, and possibly a treat. This will make
    next time easier. And remember, the more efficiently you can give the
    medication, the easier it is on both of you.
  3. Rinse the syringe/dropper with tap water and return the medication to the refrigerator, if necessary.
Although pictures are worth a thousand words, seeing a live
demonstration is even better. If your veterinarian prescribes liquid
medication for your dog, have one of the veterinary staff show you how
to give it
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Administering eye medications, such as drops and ointments to

your pet, is generally not difficult, but care must be taken to do it
properly. Click on the button at the left for step-by-step directions of
how to give these medications. If your veterinarian prescribes eye
medications for your pet, it will also help to have one of the
veterinary staff show you how to give them.

Administering transdermal gel

is quite easy, but care must be taken to do it properly. Click on
thebutton at the left for step-by-step directions of how to give these
medications. If your veterinarian prescribes transdermal gel medications
for your pet, it will also help to have one of the veterinary staff
show you how to give them.


Breaking a Tablet: The Pressure's On



[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]It's fast and easy to break a scored tablet:

  1. Place the tablet on a flat hard surface.
  2. Place one thumb on each side of the score.
  3. Press down with both thumbs.
This procedure should work for any tablet that has a somewhat rounded surface.








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Antibiotics
Antibiotics are drugs which kill or stop the growth
of bacteria. In most cases, an antibiotic will only have an affect on
certain types of bacteria such as Strep. or Staph., and may not have an
affect on others. Bacteria which are not killed by a certain antibiotic
are called 'resistant.'


Articles:

  • Amikacin (Amiglyde-V, Amikacin C Injection, Amiject D)
  • Aminopenicillins (Ampicillin, Amoxicillin)
  • Amoxicillin/Clavulanate (Clavamox®, Augmentin®)
  • Azithromycin (Zithromax®)
  • Cephalosporins (Cefadroxil, Cephalexin, Cefazolin)
  • Clindamycin (Antirobe®, Cleocin®)
  • Doxycycline (Vibramycin®)
  • Enrofloxacin (Baytril®)
  • Erythromycin
  • Extended-spectrum Penicillins (Carbenicillin: Geocillin, Pyopen, Geopen)
  • Gentamicin (Gentocin)
  • Kanamycin (Kantrim)
  • Lincomycin (Lincocin®)
  • Marbofloxacin (Zeniquin®)
  • Metronidazole (Flagyl®)
  • Novobiocin (Albaplex, Delta Albaplex)
  • Nystatin, Neomycin, Thiostrepton, Triamcinolone (Animax®, Panolog®)
  • Orbifloxacin (Orbax®)
  • Penicillin G (Procaine, Benzathine, or Aqueous Penicillin G)
  • Penicillinase-resistant penicillins (Cloxapen, Dycill, Bactocill)
  • Sulfadimethoxine (Albon®)
  • Sulfadimethoxine/Ormetoprim (Primor®)
  • Tetracycline (Panmycin)
  • Thiabendazole/Neomycin/Dexamethasone (Tresaderm®)
  • Trimethoprim/Sulfadiazine and Trimethoprim/Sulfamethoxazole (Tribrissen)
  • Trimethoprim/Sulfa (Bactrim™, Septra, Tribrissen®)
  • Tylosin (Tylan®)


Amikacin (Amiglyde-V, Amikacin C Injection, Amiject D)
Generic Name
Amikacin
Brand Name
Amiglyde-V, Amikacin C Injection, Amiject D.
Type of Drug
Aminoglycoside antibiotic
Form and Storage
Injectable
Store vials at room temperature.
Indication for Use
Treatment of susceptible bacterial infections not responsive to more commonly used antibiotics.
General Information
FDA approved for use in dogs. Available by prescription. Used to treat serious gram negative infections that are resistant to other aminoglycosides. A culture
and sensitivity test should be performed to verify the need for
amikacin due to the seriousness of problems the medication could cause.
Aminoglycosides are
bacteriocidal.
Usual Dose and Administration
Consult your veterinarian. Given subcutaneously (SQ) or intramuscularly (IM).
Side Effects
May see kidney damage, hearing loss, or vestibular
(balance) disorders. May also see facial swelling, pain at injection
site, allergic reactions, vomiting, diarrhea, blood disorders, or
liver disorders.
Contraindications/Warnings
Do not use in animals hypersensitive (allergic) to aminoglycosides.
Ineffective against most anaerobic (live without oxygen) bacteria.
Do not use in animals who require their hearing to
perform their work (military dogs, police dogs, seeing eye dogs, hearing
dogs, etc.), as the hearing or vestibular (balance) impairment may not
be reversible.

Do not use in animals with kidney disease, as this
group of medications may cause kidney disease or may worsen the disease
if present.

Do not use in animals who have heartworm microfilaria (immature heartworm).
Do not use in patients with fever or dehydration.
Not for use in pregnant or nursing animals.
Not for use in animals with myasthenia gravis or other neuromuscular disorders.
Young and old pets are at increased risk of side effects.
Cats are very sensitive to the vestibular effects of aminoglycosides.
Early signs of toxicity include loss of balance and vomiting.
Drug or Food Interactions
Do not use with diuretics, as the combination increases the risk of kidney damage.
Do not use in combination with other aminoglycosides.
Do not use with other products that may cause hearing loss, vestibular disease, or kidney disease.
No known food interactions.
Overdose/Toxicity
Early signs of toxicity include loss of balance and
vomiting. May see symptoms of kidney disease including increase or
decrease in drinking, lack of appetite, vomiting, depression,
coma, and death








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