MARK – A1059059
Urgent 12-2-2015 Brooklyn Rescue: Animalkind Please honor your pledges: http://www.animalkind.info/
SAFE 12/02/15- Mark just came into the BROOKLYN ACC and needs immediate placement due to his injury. Medical staff did state he is a sweet boy and would like to see him placed! He may need his leg amputated but he needs to be placed TODAY by 4pm.
MARK – A1059059
2 yr tuxedo male – Stray – GREEN MEDICAL BEHAVIOR
APPROX. 2 YRS. OLD
ALLOWED MAJORITY OF HANDLING, EXCEPT WHERE PAINFUL ON LHL
FUR ALONG MEDIAL ASPECT OF LHL WAS COVERED IN HEMORRHAGIC DISCHARGE
H/L = WNL
EENT = CLEAR OU, CLEAN AU, NND,CLEAN TEETH, MILD GINIGIVITIS
BCS = 5/9
SEDATED WITH 0.15 ML TELAZOL TO BETTER VIEW WOUND
LARGE (APPROX. 4-5 CM IN DIAMETER) ROUND OPENED LACERATION ON THE MEDIAL ASPECT OF THE LHL, JUST PROXIMAL TO THE STIFLE. DEEP MUSCLE TISSUE EXPOSED WITH DRIED/NECROTIC EDGES. MILD AMOUNT OF HEMORRHAGIC DISCHARGE OOZED FROM TISSUES. WOUND APPEARS TO HAVE DEEP POCKETING CRANIALLY AND CAUDALLY.
MODERATE AMOUNT OF SOFT TISSUE SWELLING ABOVE STIFLE
PALPABLE L FEMORAL FRACTURE, LIKELY MID-DIAPHYSEAL
A: OPENED FRACTURE
P: FLUSHED WOUND COPIOUSLY WITH NOLVASAN FOLLOWED BY STERILE SALINE
PLACED SOFT BANDAGE OVER THE WOUND.
GAVE 0.6 ML BUPRENEX SQ ONCE – CONTINUE BID X 5 DAYS
GAVE 0.9 ML BAYTRIL IM ONCE – CONTINUE SID X 10 DAYS
WILL INFORM NEW HOPE OF NEED FOR PLACEMENT – WILL NEED FRACTURE REPAIR OR MORE LIKELY LIMB AMPUTATION
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