DUPREE – A1090120
Safe - 9-19-2016 Manhattan
SAFE 9/19/16 DUPREE WAS HIT BY A CAR AND HAS SOME WOUNDS AND POSSIBLE FRACTURES – IN PAIN AND NEEDS URGENT MEDICAL.
NEEDS PLACEMENT BY 12PM MONDAY
DUPREE – A1090120
MALE, BLACK, DOMESTIC SH MIX,2 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition INJ SEVERE Intake Date 09/17/2016, From NY 10457, DueOut Date 09/20/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary MC scanned negative S/O: transported from BXACC possible HBC QAR to slightly depressed UROGEN: MI both testicles descended H/L: NSF ABN: SNP, moderately sized plaible bladder M/S: lying laterally, no alpable long bone fx’s in any limbs, when proximal pelvic area palpated, p cries dried blood over R hip, clipped fur and one tiny open wound and second approx 0.5cm open wound present over lateral R hip, not actively bleeding A: r/o hip fracture P: 2v pelvic radiographs- R acetabular fx with possible displacement of ilium, caudal vetebrae 5/6 displaced/luxation. Bladder intact, feces in colon LRS 100ml SQ buprenorphine SR 3mg/ml: 0.1ml SQ convenia 80mg/ml: 0.25ml SQ monitor urination/defecation ideally rec orthopedic consultation, possible fx repair, need sx to repair fx prognosis: if urinating and defecating on own, good
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