GARFIELD – A1059291
Urgent 12-2-2015 Brooklyn
*GONE* 12/2/15 – Garfield came to the Care Center as a stray. He has a fractured pelvis and suspect urethral laceration. He needs placement to a local vet by 6pm today!
GARFIELD – A1059291
MALE, ORG TABBY, DOMESTIC LH,3 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, HOLD FOR ID Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 12/01/2015, From NY 11221, DueOut Date 12/04/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan positive – 985121011501409 N; 3 YO; 13.5 LB Very calm and freindly during exam; easy to hand Not fully utilizing rear legs when ambulating Unable to statne erect on hind legs Painful response on palpation of right hind Administered 0.4cc Buprenorphine 0.5mg/ml Light staining on teeth Diahrrea obs on hind/unable to squat Pan-Leuk Negative BARH NOSF
Scan positive – 985121011501409
N; 3 YO; 13.5 LB
Very calm and friendly during exam; easy to hand
Not fully utilizing rear legs when ambulating
Unable to statne erect on hind legs
Painful response on palpation of right hind
Administered 0.4cc Buprenorphine 0.5mg/ml
Light staining on teeth
Diahrrea obs on hind/unable to squat
VC: Recheck painful hind limb
S/O: QARH, no ocular or nasal d/c. Will attempt to stand but unable to fully support weight for more than a few seconds. Cardaic auscultation revealed grade 3 systolic parasternal murmur. Normal BV sounds. Abdominal palpation was painful, large firm bladder, unable to express NOSF. Decreased/no anal tone, feces stuck to hair around anus. Rectal exam revealed no anal tone and a palpable bone fragment on ventral aspect of pelvic outlet.
Clipped hair around anus, prepuce, and hind limbs. Bruises noted on either side of perineum around anus and prepuce. Dried blood on hair on prepuce.
Adominal radiographs were WNL, inconclusive for pelvic fractures.
Prepped prepuce for urinary catheter placement. Passed sz 3 red rubber catheter, secture w/ stay stures, attached closed urine collection system. Profound hematuria noted.
A: Pelvic fractures and suspect urethral laceration
P: Will notify NH for placement w/ rescue, deadline of 6pm tonight. Needs imediate follow-up veterinary care.
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