Type of Pesticide: Insecticides, acaricides

Action on Human System: Reversible changes in acetylcholinesterase enzyme of tissues

  • Internal Exposure: Headache, dizziness, weakness, shaking, nausea, stomach cramps, diarrhea, sweating
  • External Exposure: Minimal rashes but readily absorbed through the skin
  • Chronic Exposure: Loss of appetite weakness, weight loss, and general feeling of sickness

Chemical Family: Organochlorines (Chlorinated Hydrocarbons) - methoxychlor(C), Marlate(T)


Type of Pesticide: Insecticides, acaricides (HCB is a fungicide)

Action on Human System: Disrupt function of nervous system, mainly the brain

  • Internal Exposure: Headache, dizziness, weakness, shaking, nausea, excitability, disorientation
  • External Exposure: Minimal rashes but readily absorbed through the skin
  • Chronic Exposure: Some buildup in the fat tissues. May cause nervousness, weakness, and shaking

Chemical Family: Pentachlorophenol - penta(C), Pentacon(T)


Type of Pesticide: Herbicides, defoliants, molluscicides, germicides, fungicides, and wood preservatives

Action on Human System: Toxic to liver, kidneys, and nervous system

  • Internal Exposure: Headache, weakness, nausea, excessive sweating
  • External Exposure: Highly irritating to skin, eyes, nose, and throat
  • Chronic Exposure: Weight loss, weakness, anemia

Chemical Family: Chlorophenoxy Pesticides - 2,4-D(C), Weed-B-Gon(T)


Type of Pesticide: Herbicides

Action on Human System: Irritant to lung, stomach and intestinal linings. Injure liver, kidney, and nervous system

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One of the best ways to prevent seasonal influenza is through yearly immunization because the influenza virus changes each year.

As part of Alberta's influenza immunization program, Albertans 6 months of age and older are able to receive influenza vaccine, free of charge, at public health clinics, pharmacies and doctor’s offices.

  • About immunization
  • Where to get immunized
  • Contact your local pharmacist or physician for details on vaccine availability

Alberta Health is offering Albertans one type of influenza vaccine free of charge. This vaccine, called Fluzone, is offered as an injection, contains 4 strains of influenza virus and is a safe and effective vaccine for all ages.

Having multiple types of vaccines increases the complexity of our immunization program. Offering one type of vaccine to Albertans at mass public clinics, pharmacies and doctor’s offices means we can offer a more efficient program where vaccine is available for everyone across the province when clinics open.

Alberta Health will not offer FluMist (the nasal spray) this season. In previous years, FluMist had been available for children between the ages of 2 and 17.

  • In 2016, Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization removed its preferential recommendation for FluMist for children 2–17 years of age. The committee concluded that FluMist and injectable vaccines are equally safe and effective for children.

FLUAD is an influenza vaccine designed to boost the immune response in seniors. This year, FLUAD will not be available at public health clinics. Seniors living in long term care or supportive living will continue to be offered FLUAD free of charge.

  • This aligns with recommendations from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization. The committee recommends either FLUAD or a regular four-strain vaccine for seniors.
  • Some pharmacists may choose to offer FLUAD to Albertans age 65 and older at a cost. Seniors who wish to be immunized with FLUAD can contact their pharmacies for more information.

  • In 2016/17, Canadian estimates on vaccine effectiveness show vaccine was 42% effective against the dominant strain, H3N2.
    • This is slightly lower than in 2015/16 when the vaccine was 50% effective and the dominant strain of influenza was H1N1. Vaccine effectiveness is often lower against H3N2 strains of influenza, so this could explain why the vaccine was less effective.
    • Even with an effectiveness rating of 42%, immunization is the best way for Albertans to protect themselves and others against influenza.

Vaccine effectiveness varies from year to year but immunization is still the best protection. We do not know how effective this year’s vaccine will be, but we do know that not being immunized offers no protection.

  • Alberta has purchased 1.6 million doses of influenza vaccine for the 2017/18 season. This is enough to immunize 35% of the population.
    • Total cost: $12.1 million.
  • In 2016/17, Alberta Health purchased 1.6 million doses of influenza vaccine.
    • Total cost: $12.7 million
    • 27% of Albertans (roughly 1.1 million people) received the influenza vaccine
    • 64 people died and had lab-confirmed influenza
    • 1,653 Albertans were admitted to hospital with lab-confirmed influenza.
  • Alberta has offered universal influenza immunization free of charge to residents since 2009.
  • The program before 2009 targeted those most at risk of disease and complications.
  • 2016/17 – 27.0% (more influenza data is available on the Alberta Health Services influenza website )
  • 2015/16 – 27.0%
  • 2014/15 – 30.0%
  • 2013/14 – 27.6%
  • 2012/13 – 23.0%
  • 2011/12 – 22.5%
  • 2010/11 – 22.0%

Every year we hope to see more Albertans get immunized, and we encourage all Albertans age 6 months and older to be immunized when vaccine is available.

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Synonyme: "echte" Grippe, Virusgrippe
Englisch: influenza, flu

Influenza ist eine durch das Influenzavirus verursachte Erkrankung der Atemwege. Hierdurch wird die Schleimhaut (Mucosa) der Atemwege angegriffen und das Eindringen anderer pathogener/toxischer Erreger erleichtert. Das Influenzavirus ist sehr ansteckend.

Die Infektion erfolgt meist durch das Einatmen (Inhalation) von infizierten Partikeln (Tröpfcheninfektion bei Husten und Niesen). Es sind aber auch Schmier- und Kontaktinfektionen möglich.

Die Viren binden an Rezeptoren von Zellen im Atemtrakt, dringen in diese ein, vermehren sich dort und führen schließlich zu einer Zerstörung der betroffenen Zellen. Hierbei werden viele neue Viren freigesetzt. Es kommt zu einer ausgeprägten Entzündungsreaktion. Die Inkubationszeit beträgt 1-4 Tage.

Eine niedrige Luftfeuchtigkeit und Kälte begünstigen die Übertragung der Viren. Deshalb kommt es zu einer Häufung von Infektionen während der Herbst- und Wintermonate. Als mögliche Ursachen dafür werden diskutiert:

  • Austrockung der Schleimhäute
  • Verdickung des Nasenschleims durch Kälteexposition
  • Schnellere Zersetzung der Viren bei hoher Luftfeuchtigkeit

Influenzaviren sind allgemein behüllte Einzelstrang-RNA-Viren. Je nach auslösendem Virustyp unterscheidet man:

  • Influenza A: Es gibt 16 H-Subtypen (H1-H16) und 9 N-Subtypen (N1-N9). Die Buchstaben H und N stehen dabei für die Pathogenitätsfaktoren Hämagglutinin und Neuraminidase. Durch die jährliche Veränderung der H- und N-Antigene kommt es zu einer fehlenden Wirksamkeit von bestehenden Antikörpern und damit zu jährlichen Grippeepidemien. Beispiele für Influenza A sind:
    • Influenza-A-(H1N1)
    • Influenza-A-(H5N1)
    • Influenza-A-(H7N9)
  • Influenza B
  • Influenza C

Typisch ist ein plötzlicher und heftiger Ausbruch der Krankheit. Die Symptome gleichen zum Teil denen einer starken Erkältung (die im Volksmund auch oft fälschlicherweise als Grippe bezeichnet wird), meist sind sie jedoch stärker ausgeprägt:

Mehrtägiges Fieber von 39 bis 40 Grad ist möglich. Komplikationen können Kreislaufschwäche, Entzündung des Nervensystems und der Lunge sein.

In der nördlichen Hemisphäre tritt Influenza bevorzugt in den Wintermonaten, also saisonal, auf ("Grippesaison"). Die genaue Inzidenz ist bei Grippe nur schwer abschätzbar, da inapparente und leichtere Krankheitsverläufe die Abgrenzung erkrankter Personen erschweren. Vom CDC (Center for Disease Control) wird geschätzt, dass ca. 15% der Bevölkerung betroffen ist (oft aber ohne Symptome). Die stationäre Inzidenz liegt etwa bei ca. 60 Personen auf 100.000 Fälle.

Die Mortalität der Influenza ist abhängig vom zirkulierenden Subtyp. Sie schwankte nach Schätzungen des RKI im Zeitraum von 1985-2006 zwischen 0,1 und 38 Todesfällen pro 100.000 Einwohner.

  • Spanische Grippe: Durch eine spezielle Variante des H1N1-Erregers ausgelöste Influenza, die weltweit etwa 20-40 Millionen Opfer forderte (1918).
  • Vogelgrippe: Seit schätzungsweise knapp 10 Jahren ist in Asien die Vogelgrippe verbreitet. Hierbei traten Influenza-A-Viren des Subtyps H5N1 von Hühnern auf Menschen über. Durch Schlachtung Tausender Tiere ist ein Ausbruch einer Pandemie verhindert worden. Nichtsdestotrotz herrscht in Expertenkreisen nach wie vor die große Angst vor, dass der H5N1-Virus mutiert, von Mensch zu Mensch übertragbar und damit hoch gefährlich wird. Eine neue Pandemie wie die Spanische Grippe, so fürchtet man, könnte ebenfalls Millionen von Menschenleben fordern.

Der direkte Nachweis von Virus-Antigenen kann mittels Immunfluoreszenz, ELISA oder PCR erfolgen. Als Probenmaterial wird Nasenspülwasser, Rachenspülwasser oder durch eine bronchoalveoläre Lavage (BAL) gewonnenes Bronchialsekret verwendet.

Der indirekte Nachweis einer Infektion wird durch Bestimmung der Influenza-Antikörper (IgA, IgG, IgM) im Serum mittels ELISA erbracht.

Wie bei anderen Influenzaformen bietet die Impfung nur einen relativen Schutz. Das Problem dabei ist, dass sich Grippe-Viren ständig verändern und deswegen Impfungen jedes Jahr aufgefrischt werden müssen. Schutzimpfungen sind für ältere Menschen und besonders gefährdete Personen empfohlen (Patienten mit chronischen Lungen-, Herz-, Leber-, Nierenerkrankungen, medizinisches Personal).

Eine effektive, aber häufig unterschätzte Maßnahme ist das gründliche Händewaschen, da die Erreger durch Seifen abgetötet werden. Es minimiert vor allem das Risiko einer Schmierinfektion.

Das Tragen von Gesichtsmasken ist nur sinnvoll, wenn es sich um Masken handelt, die den ungefilterten Lufteinstrom ausreichend vermindern, wie z.B. FFP3-Masken. Einfache Gesichtsmasken (Mundschutz) sind als Schutzmaßnahme unwirksam, da sie den Atemstrom nicht filtrieren, weil Luft frei an den Seiten ein- und austreten kann.

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No more effective than observation

Cochrane review of seven RCTs14

No more effective than placebo for reducing duration or severity of cold symptoms

RCT = randomized controlled trial.

Information from references 7, 11, 14, and 23 through 28.

Therapies Not Effective for the Common Cold in Adults

Cochrane review of nine RCTs7

No difference in symptoms or purulent rhinitis compared with placebo

Antihistamine monotherapy (sedating and nonsedating)

Cochrane review of three RCTs11

No more effective than placebo

Cochrane review of 32 RCTs23

No more effective than placebo

Cochrane review of two RCTs11

No more effective than placebo for cough

American College of Chest Physicians24

RCT with viral challenge25

No more effective than placebo for cold symptoms

No more effective than placebo

Nasal irrigation with hypertonic or normal saline

No more effective than observation

Cochrane review of seven RCTs14

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Clinical and serologic evidence indicate that 2 American scientists contracted Zika virus infections while working in Senegal in 2008. One of the scientists transmitted this arbovirus to his wife after his return home. Direct contact is implicated as the transmission route, most likely as a sexually transmitted infection since none of their four children contracted the virus.

The largest outbreak of the Zika Virus began in October 2013 in French Polynesia, South Pacific with an estimated 28,000 infections. Outbreaks also occurred in Easter Island, the Cook Islands and New Caledonia.

In May 2015, the public health authorities of Brazil confirmed ZIKV infection in the north-eastern part of the country. Healthcare authorities confirmed that a previously unknown disease affecting around 500 patients with flu-like symptoms followed by rash and arthralgia was indeed an ongoing outbreak of Zika fever.

On 16 October 2015, the first cases of ZIKV infections were reported in Colombia, with nine confirmed cases in the Bolivar department. From 16 October to 21 November, Colombian authorities reported 578 confirmed cases and 2 635 suspected cases..

On 12 November 2015, the Suriname authorities reported five cases of ZIKV through IHR.

On 24 November 2015, the health authorities of French Polynesia reported an unusual increase of at least 17 cases of central nervous system malformations in foetuses and infants during 2014-2015.

On 26 November 2015, Mexico authorities acknowledged three ZIKV cases, including two autochthonous cases reported from Nuevo Leon and Chiapas. The imported cases had recently travelled to Colombia.

On 27 November 2015, the Paraguay IHR National Focal Point (NFP) reported the confirmation of six ZIKV cases in the city of Pedro Caballero - close to the border with Brazil.

On 1 December 2015, media, quoting authorities, reported 17 suspected cases of ZIKV infection in Guatemala, 14 of which were among hospital employees. Blood samples have been collected and sent to the US for analysis.

On 3 December 2015, the Ministry of Health of Panama reported three autochthonous cases of Zika virus infection. All three cases are residents of the district of Ailigandi, Guna Yala (north-east).

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The results match those seen when mice were infected in an earlier study and are very similar to those described in human patients at the time the virus was at its height.

Darwyn Kobasa, a research scientist with the Public Health Agency of Canada, and lead author of the research, defended the decision to recreate one of the most dangerous viruses in history.

He said: "This research provides an important piece in the puzzle of the 1918 virus, helping us to better understand influenza viruses and their potential to cause pandemics."

However, it is not the virus that is directly causing the damage to the lungs - it is the body's own response to infection.

Immune system proteins that can damage infected tissue were found at much higher levels following H1N1 infection compared with other viral infections.

Analysis at the University of Wisconsin at Madison (UW) revealed that a key component of the immune system, a gene called RIG-1 appeared to be involved.

Levels of the protein produced by the gene were lower in tissue infected with the 1918 virus, suggesting it had a method of switching it off, causing immune defences to run wild.

Die Grippe ist eine schwere Infektionskrankheit, die durch Influenzaviren (Orthomyxoviren der Typen A und B) hervorgerufen wird. Dabei kommt es zu einer akuten Infektion der Atemwege, die typischerweise mit sehr plötzlich einsetzendem hohen Fieber, schwerem Krankheitsgefühl und extremer Schwäche einhergeht. Ganzen Text lesen

Es ist nicht immer leicht, eine Grippe von einer Erkältung zu unterscheiden. In diesem Ratgeber verraten wir Ihnen, was die Unterschiede sind.

Hochsaison für Schnupfenviren: Lesen Sie hier, wie Sie sich vor einer Infektion schützen können und welche Mittel gegen die Erkältung helfen.

Schnupfen, Husten, Halsweh: Ständig erkältet zu sein, ist ein Gräuel. Wir haben 9 Tipps, die Ihr schwaches Immunsystem stärken.

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The Bad News: The current bird flu virus, a member of the H5N1 family, could mutate into a form that spreads among humans. No one in the world will have had exposure to this new flu, making it particularly virulent.

The Good News: Modern antiviral drugs may be effective against a pandemic-flu type virus, and supportive care, such as rehydration therapies and ventilators to help lungs under attack, are far more advanced.

The Bad News: The 1918 virus kills chicken eggs. Currently, modern vaccines are made by growing influenza in chicken eggs, extracting the virus and turning it into vaccines. Scientists are experimenting with new ways to produce flu vaccines, but even if they find ways to do this, worldwide production capacity is so limited that it would take months or years to make an adequate supply. — Vikki Valentine

But scientists are interested in what it can reveal about future pandemics. and they say the copy of the 1918 flu bears an ominous resemblance to the bird flu virus now circulating in Asia. — Richard Knox

A snapshot of what's known about the 1918 pandemic:

Name: The virus was at the time called the "Spanish Flu" by some. The label came from reports in the medical press that as many 8 million Spanish were killed by it in May 1918. The name is a misnomer, however, it's now thought that the 1918 flu originated in the United States.

Global Death Toll: Estimates range from 20 million to 100 million. Authors of the paper in this week's Nature say 50 million were killed in the pandemic.

Compared with Other Epidemics: The 1918 flu is thought to have killed the most people in the shortest amount of time. However, its spread was aided by modern ships and a world war that required moving huge armies quickly across the globe. The 14th-century's Black Death killed as many as 20 million in Europe alone over a period of two years. However, global population was much smaller, cities weren't as dense, and global transportation relied on wind and animal caravans; considering its high death toll, the bacteria that caused it may have been more deadly.

U.S. Death Toll: About 25 percent of the population was infected, with perhaps 650,000 people dying from the virus.

Symptoms: Normal flu symptoms of fever, nausea, aches and diarrhea. Many developed severe pneumonia attack. Dark spots would appear on the cheeks and patients would turn blue, suffocating from a lack of oxygen as lungs filled with a frothy, bloody substance.

Origins: New research reconstructing the virus suggests it began in birds, then rapidly mutated, leaping to humans.

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    Ceux-ci contiennent un deuxième virus grippal de type B en plus des virus contenus dans les vaccins trivalents classiques et devraient offrir une protection accrue contre les infections dues au virus grippal B. Un certain nombre de vaccins grippaux inactivés et de vaccins grippaux recombinants sont disponibles sous forme injectable. Le vaccin grippal vivant atténué est administré par voie intranasale.

    La prophylaxie préexposition ou postexposition par antiviraux est possible mais dépend de plusieurs facteurs, à savoir: facteurs individuels, type d’exposition, et risque lié à l’exposition.

    Outre la vaccination et le traitement antiviral, la prise en charge en santé publique comporte l’application de mesures individuelles de protection, à savoir:

    • se laver systématiquement les mains et les sécher correctement;
    • respecter une bonne hygiène respiratoire: se couvrir la bouche et le nez lorsque l’on tousse ou éternue, utiliser des mouchoirs en papier et les jeter avec discernement;
    • placer en auto isolement précoce les personnes qui ne se sentent pas bien, qui sont fiévreuses et qui présentent d’autres symptômes de la grippe;
    • éviter les contacts proches avec des malades;
    • éviter de se toucher les yeux, le nez ou la bouche.

    Par l’intermédiaire du Système mondial OMS de surveillance de la grippe et de riposte et en collaboration avec ses partenaires, l’Organisation suit la situation mondiale de la grippe, recommande deux fois par an la composition du vaccin contre la grippe saisonnière pour les hémisphères Nord et Sud, aide les pays des régions tropicales et sous-tropicales à choisir la formulation de leur vaccin de manière à appuyer les décisions relatives au calendrier des campagnes de vaccination et à soutenir les États Membres désireux d’élaborer des stratégies pour prévenir et combattre la maladie.

    L’OMS s’efforce de renforcer les capacités nationales, régionales et mondiales en matière de diagnostic de la grippe, de surveillance de la susceptibilité antivirale, de surveillance de la maladie, d’actions en cas de flambée, d’augmenter la couverture vaccinale dans les groupes à haut risque et de se préparer à faire face à la prochaine pandémie de grippe.

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    Question: What are the symptoms of swine flu, and when do I need to see a doctor?

    Answer: The symptoms of swine influenza actually resemble, reasonably closely those of annual influenza – and we all know about fever, feeling badly, muscle aches and pains, sore throat, particularly older children and young adults can get a cough, a dry cough. And so, those are really rather typical. You don't have to have them all to have swine influenza.

    Now in addition, swine influenza does differ from regular influenza in one respect. It involves the intestinal tract, and so about a third of people have a combination of nausea, maybe a little bit of abdominal pain and diarrhea. Isn't that unusual? Shows you that this is a different virus.

    When should you call your doctor? When you're ill of course. That's the time to call your healthcare provider particularly so if you have an underlying immune compromising illness, or heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, if your child has asthma. Those are things that may prompt you to call your doctor right away.

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    • les associations de chasseurs doivent informer leurs membres sur la manière de détecter la grippe aviaire tout en rappelant que la maladie est souvent asymptomatique chez les oiseaux sauvages; lorsque des oiseaux meurent en grand nombre ou dans une même zone, on peut souvent en déduire que l'on est en présence de l'influenza aviaire,
    • il ne faut pas manipuler les oiseaux morts sans protection adéquate (gants, sacs en plastique ou autre protection des mains),
    • tous les chasseurs doivent signaler les oiseaux morts de manière suspecte ou en grand nombre aux services vétérinaires (ou équivalent local) qui se chargeront de les récupérer et de procéder à des analyses de laboratoire utiles.

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    The Symptoms And Treatment
    Of Canine Diabetes Explained


    If You Love Your Dog And Are Worried Canine Diabetes Might Shorten His Or
    Her Life — Relax, Help Is At Hand.

    We can help if you have a problem feeding
    your diabetic dog, need accurate information,
    or want to save money on treatment.

    When your dog is first diagnosed, Vets will often offer good advice on the initial treatment but be aware that much of this advice is quoted from textbooks and very few Vets have experience of treating a diabetic dog in a home environment.

    Whilst there is no outright cure to diabetes in dogs, it can be controlled and our helpful guide give lots of useful information to help you and your pet to lead a near normal life.

    There are three forms of canine diabetes, all of which display very similar symptoms, the most noticeable being:

    1. Your dog has increased urination.
    2. Your dog drinks frequently / excessively.
    3. Your dog begins to lose weight.
    4. Your dog is often tired, lethargic or sleeps more often.

    Note that these symptoms are not exclusive to diabetes, but they are often the earliest signs detectable by owners.

    Increased Urination
    The increased urination is due to excess glucose which the animal is unable to process normally and so tries to get rid of by urinating. This frequent urination causes greater thirst, thus the animal must drink more frequently to replace the lost fluids.

    Ketones
    If the body cannot gain sufficient energy from the food consumed, it will burn stored fat resulting in a loss of body weight and ketones to become present.

    Weight loss in a diabetic dog which eats normally or even one with an increased appetite is not uncommon. Ketones levels in the bloodstream can be tested and treatment, usually dietary, administered. If left untreated this can lead to ketoacidosis which in serious cases can become an emergency condition leading to coma and even death.

    Tired or Lethargic
    Normally active dogs which suddenly show signs of tiredness, no energy and take to sleeping a lot require urgent attention. An appointment should be made with your Vet ASAP to either prove or discount the possibility of diabetes.

    There are three forms of Diabetes in dogs. They are Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetes Insipidus and Gestational Diabetes. Although all three types of Diabetes occur, Diabetes Mellitus is by far the most common. The use of insulin and prescribed food is often the only method available to enable effective control of your dog's diabetes once the disease has taken hold.

    Diabetes Insipidus
    This is an abnormal increase in urine output, fluid intake and often thirst. It causes symptoms such as urinary frequency because the urine output is not concentrated normally and instead of being a yellow color, the urine is pale, colorless or watery in appearance and the measured concentration (osmolality or specific gravity) is low.

    Diabetes Insipidus resembles diabetes mellitus because the symptoms of both diseases are increased urination and thirst. However, in every other respect, including the causes and treatment, the diseases are completely unrelated.

    Diabetes Mellitus in dogs.
    Insulin is produced by the pancreas and helps regulate blood concentrations of glucose. Diabetes Mellitus is a disorder where their bodies are deficient in the production of insulin or unable to use the insulin produced effectively. The symptoms become worse as the disease progresses so the sooner it is diagnosed the better to avoid complications.

    The Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus in dogs.
    High blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) develop because the animal’s body is unable to break down and use glucose properly. This inability causes sugar to appear in the urine (glucosuria) that in turn causes an excessive amount of urination (polyuria). To compensate for the increase in urination the dog must drink an excessive amount (polydipsia).

    Gestational Diabetes
    This occurs only in female dogs during pregnancy when her body does not produce enough insulin or cannot use the insulin it produces correctly. Gestational diabetes has the same symptoms as Diabetes Mellitus and is treated similarly with diet control and sometimes with insulin injections.

    The most obvious symptom is that of a normally well house-trained dog urinating in the home for no apparent reason. Sometimes this can be confused with incontinence, particularly with elderly dogs, but there are other conditions, such as a bladder infection, which can display the same symptoms.

    A relatively simple blood test is required to give an accurate diagnosis. Although the same equipment used for human diabetes blood-sugar checking can also suffice, if the tests confirm diabetes a diabetes management program will be required right away.

    The Canine Diabetes Management Guide is an electronic book available
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