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Best Practices for Preventing Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is a serious disease in cats, and preventing and managing this condition is crucial for pet owners, breeding catteries, and rescue and rehoming facilities. This article explores effective preventive measures and management strategies to reduce the risk of FIP. Use of Commercial Vaccines A commercial vaccine is available in some countries …

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Triumph Over Feline Infectious Peritonitis: A Caregiver’s Journey to Recovery

Celebrating Recovery from Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP): It’s official – we’ve graduated from FIP! I must be a qualified cat caregiver now! After 82 days of diligent treatment with the 441 protocol, my kitten is nearly healed. However, the fear of relapse lingers, which is why we continued the treatment until now. To all cat …

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Feline Supportive Treatments for Ascites and Related Conditions

Ascites/ Pleural Effusion Management: It is generally not recommended to drain pleural or abdominal fluid unless it affects breathing. When drainage is necessary, particularly for ascites, no more than 40% of the total fluid volume should be removed to avoid accelerating the progression of the disease or causing death due to changes in osmotic pressure. …

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Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) treatment is a lengthy process. Have you been regularly taking your cat for follow-ups?

Typically, cats with FIP show significant improvement after about a week of receiving GS-441524 treatment, and by two weeks, their spirits, appetite, and overall condition should have returned to normal. However, even if the cat appears to be well after two weeks, internal health indicators may not have fully recovered, which is not visible from …

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Does carrying the cat coronavirus mean that the cat has Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)?

Recently, a pet owner took their cat for a routine check-up and was told by the vet that the cat was carrying the coronavirus. This made the owner very worried, fearing that the cat had contracted FIP. In fact, a cat carrying the coronavirus does not necessarily mean it has FIP. The relationship between the …

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Successful Recovery from Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP): A Case Study

Age at diagnosis: 3 months and 4 days Symptoms reported: Loss of appetite, lethargy, severe inflammation, no ocular symptoms Diagnostic tests: Blood tests, fluorescent PCR for feline coronavirus detection Diagnosis for treatment: Abdominal fluid, white blood cell count ratio of 0.5, anemia, positive PCR test FIP classification: Wet form Duration of treatment: 31 days (treatment) …

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Can medication be changed midway during the treatment of feline infectious peritonitis when using drug GS441524?

This must be a problem that many novice distemper parents have struggled with. Does changing 441 require an adaptation period like changing cat food? Is the dosage of the medicine the same after changing the medicine? What if the cat’s condition worsens after changing the medicine? In fact, changing the medicine halfway through the treatment …

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When should a cat be rechecked after treatment for feline infectious peritonitis (FIP)? What tests should be included in the recheck?

The treatment cycle for feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is quite long. Have you been taking your cat for regular check-ups? Typically, cats with FIP show significant improvement within a week of starting 441 treatment, and after about two weeks, their spirit, appetite, and overall condition should return to normal. Although it may seem like the …

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Understanding GS-441524: A Breakthrough in FIP Treatment for Cats

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) has long been a daunting diagnosis for cats, often deemed incurable. However, the emergence of GS-441524 offers a glimmer of hope in the realm of FIP treatment.   What is GS-441524? GS-441524 is a promising antiviral drug known for its efficacy in combating FIP. Its mechanism involves inhibiting the replication of …

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