Cat Eye Infection A Common And Widespread Problem

Cat Eye Infection is a common and widespread problem. Very often, besides the virus as the cause of the infection, the infection will cause the intracellular microorganism – Chlamidophila felis.

Since chlamydia is an intracellular microorganism living in living cells, the infection is transmitted by direct contact between cats. Likewise, it is possible to transfer the causative agent during delivery from the cat’s mother to the kittens due to the presence of chlamydia in the genital tract of the cat – which leads to the development of the disease and newborn kittens and flaws.

The incubation of the disease takes about seven days, after which the first symptoms of the disease occur.First, one-sided, and then two-sided conjunctivitis, with a lump in the eye and burned mucous membranes will develop. Progression of the disease also leads to inflammation of the nasal mucosa (rhinitis) with abnormal lumbar discharge from the nostrils, sneezing – the general symptom of upper respiratory tract infection.

Progression of the disease also leads to inflammation of the nasal mucosa (rhinitis) with abnormal lumbar discharge from the nostrils, sneezing – the general symptom of upper respiratory tract infection.

This disease is accompanied by an increase in body temperature that can reach up to 40 degrees, which further weakens the body and can lead to the development of atypical symptoms for this disease (stomach, inflammation of the vagina, stomach mucous membranes, stomach mucous membranes).

In rare cases, the disease will also affect the lower respiratory tract (lungs).Diagnosis of the disease is based on the clinical picture and is confirmed by microbiological findings (warts, nose, throat). Often, this disease is replaced by rhinotracheitis on which the virus is the cause of the disease. The cessation of cessation of cats involves antibiotic systemic treatment because the local application itself (eye or drop grease) is not enough, and systemic treatment with antibiotics should be carried out locally.

The cessation of cessation of cats involves antibiotic systemic treatment because the local application itself (eye or drop grease) is not enough, and systemic treatment with antibiotics should be carried out locally.

Since it is a very persistent cause, treatment is performed for at least two weeks and daily use of the local therapy is repeated up to four times a day. With prolonged antibiotic therapy, it is recommended to use probiotics as well as vitamin mineral nutrition supplements for the purpose of enhancing immunity and maintaining normal intestinal microflora.

 

The selected antibody group is predominantly tetracycline, which will also have beneficial effects on viruses that may be an underlying bacterial infection. Exhalation from the eyes or nose solely prior to application of antibiotic fat or drops should be done with saline (no chamomile and similar preparations) and cleaning should be done with a sterile gauze. Illness does not go over people, but in the case of overcoming symptoms of conjunctivitis will develop, but transfer cases are rare.

Illness does not go over people, but in the case of overcoming symptoms of conjunctivitis will develop, but transfer cases are rare.