TROPIC – A1101402
Safe - 1-11-2017 Brooklyn
TROPIC – A1101402
14 Wks. Old, Black DSH, Female, 3.8 lbs.
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 01/11/2017, From NY 11234, DueOut Date 01/14/2017,
Microchip scan neg.
O: QARH. Fearful, hissing when approached but able to restrain by wrapping in towel. Allowed all handling.
ORAL: All deciduous teeth erupted. mm=pale pink, moist, CRT<2 s.
EENT: No oculonasal discharge.
H/L: HR=240, RR=28. Lungs clear, no murmurs/arrhythmias.
ABD/UG: Female. Abd palpation WNL.
MS: Amb x 4. Right hind lameness. No palpable fractures.
INTEG: Entire tail degloved. Base of tail moist, still appears to have sensation.
Right lat. tibia – large open wound with muscle exposed. Minimal bleeding.
A: Degloving injury and large wound. No obvious fractures but can’t completely rule out without radiographs.
P: Buprenorphine S/R 0.08 ml SQ.
Convenia 80 mg/ml 0.18 ml SQ.
Cleaned wounds with dilute chlorhexidene.
Good prognosis with appropriate management. Will need tail amputation, wound debridement and closure.
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