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Management of haematological disorders

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Abstract

This chapter deals primarily with the management of anaemia, which is the most common feline haematological abnormality found and managed in practice. : Feline blood types; Blood transfusion.

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Image of The Rapid Vet-H kit contains a bottle of diluent, plastic pipette, wooden mixing sticks and test card (shown removed from its wrapper). Only EDTA-anticoagulated blood should be used, and 0.5 ml is adequate.
The Rapid Vet-H kit contains a bottle of diluent, plastic pipette, wooden mixing sticks and test card (shown removed from its wrapper). Only EDTA-anticoagulated blood should be used, and 0.5 ml is adequate. The Rapid Vet-H kit contains a bottle of diluent, plastic pipette, wooden mixing sticks and test card (shown removed from its wrapper). Only EDTA-anticoagulated blood should be used, and 0.5 ml is adequate.
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Image of Agglutination is visible in the Type B well only; this cat is blood type B.
Agglutination is visible in the Type B well only; this cat is blood type B. Agglutination is visible in the Type B well only; this cat is blood type B.
Image of The kit contains the diluent, dipstick, mixing well and test card attached to the test strip (shown here inserted into the mixing well plastic sheath).
The kit contains the diluent, dipstick, mixing well and test card attached to the test strip (shown here inserted into the mixing well plastic sheath). The kit contains the diluent, dipstick, mixing well and test card attached to the test strip (shown here inserted into the mixing well plastic sheath).
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Image of There is a red line adjacent to letters A and C. This cat is blood type A.
There is a red line adjacent to letters A and C. This cat is blood type A. There is a red line adjacent to letters A and C. This cat is blood type A.
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Image of This recipient cat had very severe chronic anaemia due to bone marrow disease; he was given supplementary oxygen by facemask as additional support, as well as warming using blankets and ‘hot hands’ (not visible).
This recipient cat had very severe chronic anaemia due to bone marrow disease; he was given supplementary oxygen by facemask as additional support, as well as warming using blankets and ‘hot hands’ (not visible). This recipient cat had very severe chronic anaemia due to bone marrow disease; he was given supplementary oxygen by facemask as additional support, as well as warming using blankets and ‘hot hands’ (not visible).

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