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An Urban Experience
WSVA7-0012 FELINE MEDICINE
HEMATOLOGICAL STATUS OF CATS WITH CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE: EFFECT OF DIETARY FOOD
S. Paraš1, G. Paraš2, Z. Ružić3, B. Lukač2, M. Paraš4, I. Čegar2
1Faculty of Sciences, Cell Biology, Banja Luka, Bosnia - Herzegovina
2”MIM COOP”, Veterinary Medicine, Banja Luka, Bosnia - Herzegovina
3Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Veterinary, Novi Sad, Serbia
4JU Gimnazija Banja Luka, International Baccalaureate Diploma Programe, Banja Luka, Bosnia - Herzegovina
Introduction
Chronicle renal failure (CRF) generates reduced erythropoietin synthesis in kidneys and hematological parameter change at cats. In our paper, we have examined the affect of special food for cats diseased by CRF on their hematological status.
Objectives
Objective of this paper is comparing of hematological parameters of cats diseased by CRF and were fed with special food; cats diseased by CRF and not been fed with special food; and cats who were completely healthy.
Methods
The research included 80 cats in total, divided into
three groups: diseased by CRF and fed by special
food (Group1, total=20), diseased by CRF and not
been fed by special food (Group2, total=20) and cats who were completely healthy (Control group, total=40). Hematological parameters which were used, are: red blood cells, platelet and total leucocyte count and differential leucocyte ratio, hemoglobin concentration, hematocrit, MCV, MCH, MCHC, creatinine and urea ratio. Our study lasted three years.
Results
Data were analyzed statistically by T-test (P<0,05), and Pearson¢s correlation coef cient test. Mean values of hematological parameters in Group2 have statistically signi cant difference in relation to the same mean
values of parameters in Group1 and Control group
cats. Statistically signi cant difference in parameters between Group1 and Control group cats wasn’t existing. Widening discrepancy in mean values just so happens that the creatinine (P=0,0030) and red blood cells (P=0,0050).
Conclusions
These compared results indicate the importance of consuming special food for cats diseased by CRF to improve their health quality. Special food recovers cat’s kidneys diseased by CRF.
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