OSCAR – A1101789
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Oscar – A1101789, Stray, 3 Years Old, Male, Orange Tabby DSH, 8.4 lbs.
Microchip scan neg.
O: Lethargic, ARH. mm=lt pink, moist, CRT<2 s. Seems friendly, allowed all handling.
ORAL: Fractured right max canine at gumline. Blood in oral cavity but no palatal or mandibular fractures seen or palpated.
EENT: Bilateral epistaxis. Periocular swelling OD with mod. chemosis, mild bleeding. Globe intact, no corneal lesions seen.
H/L: HR=160, RR=60-70. Mild increased bronchovesicular sounds, lung sounds ausculted all fields. Marked upper airway stertor.
ABD/UG: Intact male. Palpation WNL.
MS: Amb x 4, no lameness. No palpable fractures. Good body condition.
INTEG: Patch of fur missing from dorsum of head.
NEURO: No neurologic abnormalities.
A: HBC with head trauma, no signs of CNS injury. Fractured canine tooth and nasal injury. Stable condition currently.
P: Buprenorphine S/R 0.1 ml SQ.
Applied Ofloxacin ophthalmic suspension 1 drop OD.
Rec. placement with transfer directly to ER for continued care and monitoring.
Fair prognosis with appropriate management.
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