SAMMY – A1048242
*SAFE* 08/20/15- Tiny Sammy was hit by a car and needs your help to go to a vet for more x-rays!!!
A1048242 – SAMMY 13W MALE GRAY DSH
STRAY INTAKE: 08/17/2015
kitten presented with dark feces and blood on parvo swab
parvo snap negative
quiet but appropriate
not placing left limb appropriately
ambulatory but not walking on left hind
bright and alert, stable
seek new hope placement with xrays
begin fluids and pain medication
S/O: in medical due to history of HBC. was given dose of buprenorphine SR on 8/17. currently having light brown and very mucousy diarrhea (not dark looking like it was reported yesterday). eating a/d well after exam. left hind leg-crepitus and excessive laterally mobility palpated at the stifle joint — suspect proximal tib/fib fracture vs. distal femoral fracture. no external wounds noted. hair coat is dirty. no URI signs. very nervous but not aggressive. BAR, active and mentally appropriate.
A: left hind limb fracture
hx hit by car
diarrhea (parvo negative)
P: pain controlled currently (bup SR given on 8/17)
start metronidazole PO BID x 7 days
recommend new hope placement for x-rays and surgical planning (fixation vs. amputation)
start panacur PO SID x 3 days
start ponazuril PO SID x 2 days
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