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Feuerwehr – Mir liegt da was am Herzen

Ist die die Wohnung voller Flocken der Inneneinrichtung, dann schauen sie mit treuen Augen ganz traurig und ziehen den Schwanz ein. Nun der Bogen zum Verhalten von Führungskräften, wenn etwas überhaupt nicht so lief, wie es eigentlich hätte laufen sollen: Ein Angehöriger der Feuerwehr kommt nicht mit den anderen aus dem Einsatz zurück.

An dieser Stelle geht es nicht um Unfälle oder die ungeheure Gefahr eines Dreitagebarts, der ganze Generationen von feuerwehr spruche t shirt erzeugte, sonst würde er nicht immer wieder für ein Sommerlochthema herhalten. Hier geht es alleine um den anderen Klassiker: Herzprobleme im Einsatzdienst

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Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs (UTI’s)

Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs (UTI's)

Urinary Tract Infections Hello I am Dr.

Mike.

Urinary tract infectionis a very common problem found in dogs.

Unfortunately, many pet owners may not realize their pethas an infection.

For a brief overview of urinary tract infections in dogs, we are goingto visit with Dr.

Jeff Glass.

Urinary tract infection is an infection that occurs in theurinary tract.

This is usually divided up into three different places it can occur.

It can be in the lower urinary tract, which is below the bladder, in the bladder, or abovethe bladder in the kidneys.

It is very difficult to know where dogs get urinary tract infectionsfrom.

Sometimes it can be from the skin, sometimes it can be from lying on a contaminated environment,and sometimes it can be something that comes by the blood.

To be very frank with you, wedon’t really know where these infections come from in many cases.

The science of urinarytract infections can be very varied.

Sometimes we’ll find a urinary tract infection coincidentallywith the dog showing no signs at all, and sometimes it can be where owners will complainabout the dog urinating more frequently, urinating small amounts, blood in the urine, even painurinating, and sometimes we’ll see dogs that will drink more, and that can often be a signof urinary tract infection.

To diagnose urinary tract infection, it will be based on the clinicalsigns that your dog will show.

It’s always important to try to get a urine sample tobe able to get a correct diagnosis.

If there’s evidence of infection, it would be a goodidea to get a culture of the urine as well.

Collecting the sample can be done in variousways.

You can either bring a sample in to your veterinarian, or they can collect oneusing a catheter.

The best way to get a sample would be to get it directly from the bladderbecause that’s a sterol sample with no contaminate at all, and therefore if we do see a problemor infection, we know that it’s actually in the bladder or alternatively in the kidneys.

The way that this is done is by putting a needle directly into the bladder, which canbe done by holding the bladder or alternatively with an ultrasound to guide the needle intothe bladder.

Both of those ways sound more dramatic than they really are, but it’s nopain or discomfort or risk to your pet at all.

It’s important to diagnose urinary tractinfections early because sometimes the infection that you see or the bacteria that you seein the bladder can be only part of the problem.

What happens is that bacteria cannot survivein a very acidic urine, which is the normal urine of a dog.

What the bacteria does isthey release enzymes, which change the pH, in other words, make that no longer acidicand make it something called alkaline.

When that happens, there’s a chemical procedurethat happens and that results in crystals often forming in the bladder.

These crystalscan be very irritating to the bladder, and when many crystals form together,they can result in bladder stones.

Often it is necessary to remove these stonesby a surgery.

Also this infection can then migrate up into the kidneys and result ina kidney infection, which is a lot more dangerous and serious than a bladder infection.

If youtreat the infection early, we can avoid this from happening.

Treatment of the bladder infectionis very varied.

It can depend on the bacteria that you find in the urine, which ideallyyou want to diagnose on a culture, and when you do a culture you can then do a sensitivity.

What a sensitivity is, is you are testing the bacteria against various types of antibioticsto determine which is the best antibiotic to kill of that infection.

Usually, that isall that is necessary if it’s a bacterial infection.

There can be different types offungal yeast infections, but those are pretty rare.

If there are stones or crystals in thebladder, sometimes they can be dissolved by various foods, and sometimesit’s necessary to do surgery to remove those stones.

After completing the course of antibiotics,it is really important to know that the infection is absolutely resolved.

This can be done bycollecting a urine sample and sending it off to the lab for a culture where they will attemptto grow out the bacteria that were in the bladder.

If the culture is negative, we canknow for sure that this infection is gone.

Sometimes we will see that different bacteriacan grow, or alternatively, we will find that the same bacteria is continuing to grow, whicheither means that we have not resolved the problem, or that we have a resistant bug andwe need to change to different kind of antibiotic.

It is important to recognize the signs ofa urinary tract infection.

If not diagnosed, these infections can lead to a severe illnessor even formation of bladder stones.

Many dogs do not show any clinical signs of aninfection.

That is why I recommend that your pet havea urinalysis performed during their routine physical exam.

I am Dr.

Mike and thanks forwatching.

Urinary Tract Infections Hello I am Dr.

Mike.

Urinary tract infectionis a very common problem found in dogs.

Unfortunately, many pet owners may not realize their pethas an infection.

For a brief overview of urinary tract infections in dogs, we are goingto visit with Dr.

Jeff Glass.

Urinary tract infection is an infection that occurs in theurinary tract.

This is usually divided up into three different places it can occur.

It can be in the lower urinary tract, which is below the bladder, in the bladder, or abovethe bladder in the kidneys.

It is very difficult to know where dogs get urinary tract infectionsfrom.

Sometimes it can be from the skin, sometimes it can be from lying on a contaminated environment,and sometimes it can be something that comes by the blood.

To be very frank with you, wedon’t really know where these infections come from in many cases.

The science of urinarytract infections can be very varied.

Sometimes we’ll find a urinary tract infection coincidentallywith the dog showing no signs at all, and sometimes it can be where owners will complainabout the dog urinating more frequently, urinating small amounts, blood in the urine, even painurinating, and sometimes we’ll see dogs that will drink more, and that can often be a signof urinary tract infection.

To diagnose urinary tract infection, it will be based on the clinicalsigns that your dog will show.

It’s always important to try to get a urine sample tobe able to get a correct diagnosis.

If there’s evidence of infection, it would be a goodidea to get a culture of the urine as well.

Collecting the sample can be done in variousways.

You can either bring a sample in to your veterinarian, or they can collect oneusing a catheter.

The best way to get a sample would be to get it directly from the bladderbecause that’s a sterol sample with no contaminate at all, and therefore if we do see a problemor infection, we know that it’s actually in the bladder or alternatively in the kidneys.

The way that this is done is by putting a needle directly into the bladder, which canbe done by holding the bladder or alternatively with an ultrasound to guide the needle intothe bladder.

Both of those ways sound more dramatic than they really are, but it’s nopain or discomfort or risk to your pet at all.

It’s important to diagnose urinary tractinfections early because sometimes the infection that you see or the bacteria that you seein the bladder can be only part of the problem.

What happens is that bacteria cannot survivein a very acidic urine, which is the normal urine of a dog.

What the bacteria does isthey release enzymes, which change the pH, in other words, make that no longer acidicand make it something called alkaline.

When that happens, there’s a chemical procedurethat happens and that results in crystals often forming in the bladder.

These crystalscan be very irritating to the bladder, and when many crystals form together,they can result in bladder stones.

Often it is necessary to remove these stonesby a surgery.

Also this infection can then migrate up into the kidneys and result ina kidney infection, which is a lot more dangerous and serious than a bladder infection.

If youtreat the infection early, we can avoid this from happening.

Treatment of the bladder infectionis very varied.

It can depend on the bacteria that you find in the urine, which ideallyyou want to diagnose on a culture, and when you do a culture you can then do a sensitivity.

What a sensitivity is, is you are testing the bacteria against various types of antibioticsto determine which is the best antibiotic to kill of that infection.

Usually, that isall that is necessary if it’s a bacterial infection.

There can be different types offungal yeast infections, but those are pretty rare.

If there are stones or crystals in thebladder, sometimes they can be dissolved by various foods, and sometimesit’s necessary to do surgery to remove those stones.

After completing the course of antibiotics,it is really important to know that the infection is absolutely resolved.

This can be done bycollecting a urine sample and sending it off to the lab for a culture where they will attemptto grow out the bacteria that were in the bladder.

If the culture is negative, we canknow for sure that this infection is gone.

Sometimes we will see that different bacteriacan grow, or alternatively, we will find that the same bacteria is continuing to grow, whicheither means that we have not resolved the problem, or that we have a resistant bug andwe need to change to different kind of antibiotic.

It is important to recognize the signs ofa urinary tract infection.

If not diagnosed, these infections can lead to a severe illnessor even formation of bladder stones.

Many dogs do not show any clinical signs of aninfection.

That is why I recommend that your pet havea urinalysis performed during their routine physical exam.

I am Dr.

Mike and thanks forwatching.

 

GUN TO CROSSBOW: TIPS ON MAKING THE SWITCH

Rehearse Differently than a Gun

The least demanding approach to guarantee the shots you take result in a snappy accommodating slaughter is to rehearse frequently with a crossbow. Joel Maxfield from Mathews, producers of the Mission line of the crossbow, says seekers ought to shoot their crossbow as regularly as they would a vertical bow.

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“An average weapon seeker just needs to hone a couple of times before firearm season, and he is ready. That isn’t the situation when chasing with a crossbow. Buck fever can bring about a seeker to twitch a trigger, pull an excess of or lift their head from the degree, bringing about a poor shot situation or an entire miss. I propose crossbow seekers frequently rehearse and home at yardages that are past what they would take on the field, so they can turn out to be to a significant degree exact at a 30-yard shot on a whitetail. The more a man shoots in the patio, the more acquainted with the weapon they will be in the field right now of truth,” Maxfield noted.

Crossbow Practice from a Treestand

While honing, it is best to rehearse from the treestand or visually impaired you will chase from. “Crossbows are harder to move than a weapon, so honing from a treestand or blind is an unusual approach to set yourself up for the forested areas. Putting a remain in the lawn, shooting, and figuring out how to hold it consistent while in a tree is going to make being prepared in the forested areas on the opening day much simpler,” Maxfield included.

A Solid Resting Point is a Must

A crossbow is not the firearm, so notwithstanding moving a modest piece when pulling the trigger can significantly affect the downrange effect purpose of the bolt. Being super consistent is fundamental when shooting a crossbow. There are two approaches to ensure you are relentless as a stone when shooting. Utilize a treestand that offers a broad liberal rail where you can rest the crossbow when shooting or use a tripod or monopod of some sort on the off chance that you are chasing starting from the earliest stage.

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As ground blinds and tower blinds turn out to be more well known, so do tripods. Most quality crossbows accompany a tripod or monopod connection. When connected to one of these, a crossbow is shaken strongly. Whether you are old and shake a tad bit or you are taking an adolescent chasing, you will be as consistent as an expert sharpshooter on the off chance that you utilize a tripod or monopod. At the point when chasing from a Redneck tower daze the level windows have a pleasant rest so you can without much of a stretch keep the crossbow unfaltering amid the shot. You can likewise utilize a Blind Window Gun Rest to ensuring your chance.

Shooting a Cross Bow from a Blind

As we age, moving into a tree turns into an errand. Therefore, more seekers are chasing starting from the earliest stage. Chasing is starting from the most initial stage be exceptionally energizing. Most seekers who hunt with a crossbow starting from the most initial stage to utilize an appear daze, bundle daze or a container visually impaired of some sort. Remember many crossbows are harmed every year when seekers shoot their crossbow excessively near the blind divider. At the point when the crossbow fires, the appendages of the crossbow crash into the blind divider which can demolish the appendages, put an opening in the mass of the visually impaired, or cause the seeker to miss the creature they were shooting. At the point when chasing from a blind, move down and ensure there is a lot of freedom between the divider and the crossbow before shooting.