- Sep 15, 2018 -
Intestinal disease analysis
Clinical necropsy showed bleeding in the posterior segment of the intestine, with red or dark red stools, and blackness in the anterior segment. In the case of enteritis, the chicken excrement is covered with a layer of mucous outer membrane, sometimes with blood. Under the influence of various pathogenic factors, the functional structure of the digestive system and the intestinal microbiota may undergo various changes and imbalances, and often manifest themselves as defecation, with various abnormal manifestations of diarrhea and feces.
There are many causes of diarrhea and abnormal feces. In addition to bacteria, viruses, and parasites, there are feed quality, environmental factors, stress factors, various additives and toxic poisons, etc. Their clinical manifestations vary from one disease to another. Therefore, the treatment of chicken intestinal diseases, using Chinese medicine alone, acidifying agents, micro-ecology, etc., often seem to get drugs cheaper, but the high cost of treatment does not say, but often do not receive very good results!
Classification of intestinal diseases
(1) caused by metabolic acidosis
1 Due to diarrhea, a large amount of alkaline material was lost.
2 Reduced feeding, poor intestinal absorption, insufficient calorie intake, increased body fat breakdown, and large amounts of ketone bodies.
3 When dehydrated, blood volume is reduced, blood is concentrated, and circulation of blood and body fluids is slow, resulting in hypoxia-induced lactic acid accumulation.
4 Insufficient renal blood flow, reduced urine output, and retention of acidic metabolites in the body.
5 The heavier the dehydration, the heavier the acidosis.
(2) caused by non-infectious factors
1 caused by poor feed quality.
2 allergic diarrhea: mainly protein allergies lead to intestinal permeability changes and diarrhea.
3 glycogen diarrhea: Intestinal mucosa lacks diacylase, feed rich in disaccharide (sucrose, maltose, lactose, etc.) feed, that is, diarrhea. Glucose in feed is converted to lactic acid by bacteria in the colon.
4 Short-chain organic acids cause increased osmotic pressure (osmotic diarrhea) in the intestinal lumen.
5 Corrosive Toxic Products Directly stimulate the bowel wall to cause diarrhea.
(3) Infectious factors
Endogenous: Diarrhea caused by digestive dysfunction due to fever and toxins when the chicken is suffering from upper respiratory tract infection, pneumonia and other intestinal infections, ie, diarrhea outside the digestive tract. In addition to chicken digestive disorders, food stagnates in the upper part of the small intestine, resulting in reduced acidity, resulting in bacterial uptake in the lower intestinal tract (endogenous infections).
Exogenous: Pathogenic microorganisms enter and invade the digestive tract from outside to inside, such as enterocolitis caused by E. coli, Salmonella, Clostridium perfringens, Staphylococcus, protozoa, etc.
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