By Kim Pezza
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Doxorubicin) cause degranulation of mast cells and others may activate the alternative complement pathway. Products containing bismuth subsalicylate (Pepto Bismol) may assist management of enterocolitis caused by doxorubicin in some dogs. Prevention • Intravenous ﬂuid therapy should be given in cases where the vomiting/diarrhoea is severe or prolonged. • Mucosal injury can also predispose to systemic infection and parenteral antibiotics may be indicated, as discussed above. Hypersensitivity/anaphylaxis Hypersensitivity reactions to cytotoxic drugs are rare but have been reported in dogs following administration of: • • • • L-asparaginase Doxorubicin (Cisplatin) (Cytarabine).
Bone – Osteonecrosis is a major concern in ﬁelds containing bone, particularly in cases where the bone is already compromised by tumour invasion. • Nervous tissue – Late reactions in nervous tissues can result in neural degeneration and necrosis. Irradiation of the spine should be avoided if at all possible as it can result in paralysis. • Eye – Retinal degeneration and cataract formation may be late consequences of radiation of the eye. g. connective tissues and bone • Is often progressive and irreversible.
Alendronate, etidronate, pamidronate, clodronate • Mithramycin (25 mg/kg single dose) – used less since development of bisphosphonates • (Calcitonin) • (iv infusion of phosphate solutions, phosphate enemas, sodium EDTA and peritoneal dialysis – all largely outdated). It is unusual for these agents to be required in veterinary medicine as most cases of hypercalcaemia in animals can be managed effectively by ﬂuid therapy and treatment of the primary cause. Mast cell tumours and hyperhistaminaemia Mast cells are characterised by intra-cytoplasmic granules that contain vaso-active amines and proteases including histamine and heparin.