Synonym(s): Inappetence, weight loss, thin, inappetent, not eating
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The Webinar Vet - Inappetence in cats: can’t eat, won’t eat and how to manage it
Blood biochemistry: overview
Blood biochemistry: total protein
Body condition scores
Enteral nutritional support
Esophagostomy feeding tube placement
Feline infectious peritonitis
Feline panleukopenia virus disease
Gastrostomy: percutaneous tube (endoscopic)
Hematology: packed cell volume
Liver: chronic disease
Pheromone analogue therapy
Potassium chloride / gluconate
Viral-induced upper respiratory tract disease
Anorexia - what to do when your cat won't eat
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Blood biochemistry and hematology: breed considerations
Investigation of anemia
Lymphadenopathy (multiple nodes)
Lymphadenopathy (single node)
Medication: Trimethoprim-sulfa (sulfonamide)
Investigation of renal function
Diabetes: investigation of poor diabetic control
Tetanus in cats
Investigation of protein abnormalities
Feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD)
Diabetic complications in cats
Diabetic stabilization in cats
Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)
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