Over the-counter drug toxcities in companion animals
Over-the-counter drug toxcities in companion animals Sandra Siren VM 1
What is over-the-counter drugs?• They are medications, which are usual and almost all people use them. Drugs like vitamins, diet tablets and analgesics.
Why they are toxcical for animals?• Because this medications differs starkly in humans and animals. If people take them right they are safe, but for animals they are poisoning.
Where are non-prescription drugs?• Usually all sorts of drugs can de founded in bedroom. The nightsand is the typical place of most drugs.• Also the dangerous place is basement, where animals left alone frequently. There are toxical substants like colours, ant traps or detergents.
How the toxical substants preserve?• All medications shoud be kept in pet-proof, up and away from the pets, latched medicine cabinets and in original containers.
Which problems cause poisoning?• The most common clinical signs of poisoning is castrointestinal toxity or haemorrhagic castric lesions. Also the nausea, womiting, abdominal pain and renal comprise.• When one or more these or similar symptoms are appeared, the owner has go in clinic immediately.