BELLO – A1112348
Gone - 5-18-2017 Brooklyn
GONE 5/18/17 **MUST LEAVE ASAP TODAY FOR EMERGENCY VET! 6-Month Old Russian Blue Kitten – BELLO – Hit By Car, Head Trauma NEEDS PLACEMENT BY 6PM!** **This kitten was hit by a car and is in stable condition right now, but still needs critical care at a vet ASAP! MUST LEAVE TO LOCAL VET TODAY!
Bello A1112348 – 6 month old male Russian blue kitten:
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: 6 mos.
Microchip noted on Intake? No.
History : Stray cat, hit by car.
Observed Behavior – Unable to assess due to head trauma.
Evidence of Cruelty seen – No.
Evidence of Trauma seen – Yes.
Objective: Obtunded, minimally responsive. Obvious trauma to face and jaw. Simbadol 0.35 ml SQ administered before proceeding with exam.
ORAL: mm=pink, tacky, CRT=2 s. Blood in oral cavity with split in hard palate visible. All adult teeth erupted, no dental disease.
EENT: Bilateral epistaxis, congestion with upper respiratory stertor. Mild nictitans prolapse OU. Pupils equal and reactive OU.
H/L: HR=220, RR=56, no dyspnea, no murmurs/arrhythmias.
PLN: No enlargements noted.
ABD: No masses/organomegaly palpated.
U/G: Male, intact, both testicles palpable.
MS: Non-ambulatory. No palpable long bone fractures. Mod. soft tissue swelling around mandible bilaterally, mild soft tissue swelling along maxilla bilaterally. BCS=4/9.
INTEG: No open wounds found on body. Dry, scruffy haircoat. Mod decreased skin turgor.
CNS: Obtunded mentation. Unable to assess for neurologic deficits.
A: Head trauma, shock due to acute trauma.
P: IV catheter placed.
Mannitol 3 grams (15 ml) IV over 10 minutes.
Bolus 100 ml IV LRS, then 40 ml/hr.
Prognosis guarded pending initial response to therapy.
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