EINSTEIN – A1115012
Safe - 6-12-2017 Manhattan
SAFE 6/12/17 Meet Einstein: You don’t have to be a genius to know taking Einstein is a brilliant idea! She does have teeth present but she is not currently eating on her own, most likely due to her URI and conjunctivitis. Einstein is feeling under the weather but with some TLC she’ll be back on her paws in no time!
EINSTEIN A1115012 5W BLACK DSH F 0.7 lbs.
STRAY INTAKE: 6/11/2017
Initial Exam (6/11/17)
Hx: single stray kitten came in without mom; does not seem to be eating on her own
BAR, allows handling
mm pk, sl tacky; deciduous canines and premolars present
OU-severe conjunctivitis; eyes crusted shut with mucoid discharge; globes visualized once cleaned up
serous nasal discharge
dried crusting in fur over carpi-suspect drainage from URI/conj; woods lamp neg
soft, nonpainful abdomen
URI with conjunctivitis
doxycycline 0.1 ml PO SID x 10 days
erythromycin OU BID x 10 days
force feed q 4-6h until eating on her own
prognosis: good to excellent
S/N waiver due to underage/underweight/URI
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