URSEL – A1078352
Gone - 6-24-2016 Manhattan
URSEL – A1078352
NEUTERED MALE, BLACK / WHITE, DOMESTIC LH MIX,14 yrs
STRAY – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR HOSPITAL Reason OWNER HOSP
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 06/21/2016, From NY 10307, DueOut Date 06/28/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-062417.
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan negative BAR, mild dehydration AMBx4 Friendly,allowed handling NEutered~14yrs Moderate gingivitis/tartar Severely matted (shaved most mats off, cat became agitated) Urinated on exam table Urine: cloudy, strong smell, white SG: 1016 Protein: 1 Blood: 2 Leukocytes: 3 PH:7-8 As per Dr. 1234 ok to send to MACC for vet exam/ overnight monitoring
BAR, mild dehydration
Friendly, allowed handling
Severely matted (shaved most mats off, cat became agitated)
Urinated on exam table
Urine: cloudy, strong smell, white
Appetite for wet food only, minimal; small amount of urine seen
S/O: BAR mod dehydration, ate small amount
EENT: mult missing teeth, mild to mod tartar remaining teeth, pale conjuntiva w/mild endophthalmos
MS/SK: thin BCS 3-4/9, shaved dorsal caudal trunk, flakey coat, mult-focal matts throughout trunk and legs
ABD/Repro/Ur: large firm bladder that can be expressed w/good stream, no obv hematuria. No urine in litter pan
H/L: hr 220 l 1-2 6 hm r 3-4/6 hm significantly pale mm Lungs: nsf
Neuro: mild head tremors not intentional
A: HM r/o HCM, 2nd to anemia, other metabolic disturbances
06/23/16 10:20 HCT 14% and BUN 69 Cre 2.9
Anemia r/o 2nd to crd, inf, ai
Elevated BUN, Cr r/o UO (primary vs 2nd to neuro dz-trauma, neoplasia, other), CRD
P: con’t w/ current tx
rec UCS, rescue
HCT 14% and BUN 69 Cre 2.9
Ate some of the dry food but left majority
A: severe anemia of chronic dz, CRF
P: cwsc, monitor urination , needs to start epo injections for anemia
S-transferred from SI. noted to have hematuria and abnormal urine
O-BAR, pink mm, CRT< 2, +/- hydrated
EENT-CAU, crusted d/c OU, lenticular opacity OU, no nasal d/c
PLN-unable to palpate all due to mats
CV-no a, III/VI SHM, fsp
Resp-clear and eup, difficult to auscult due to mats
GI-negative oral exam, SNP, NMP
MSI-BCS 1.5/5, amb x 4, very matted fur throughout the body, esp on dorsal thorax, ventral cervical region, fur over lumbar region is shaved, urine staining present on plantar aspect of hindlimbs bilaterally
Neuro-a and a
A-14 yo MN DSH
- poor BCS
- severely matted fur
P-perform CBC/Chemistry and whole body radiographs
sedate with cardioprotective drugs for grooming
LRS 50 ml SQ SID x 2 days
Clavamox 45.7 mg/ml-give 1.2 ml PO BID x 10 days
prognosis guarded pending diagnostics
Thin matted body, dehydrated
Matted. Seemed a little unsure. Eyes dilated, minor lip licking. Lay in place, allowed and then leaned into pets. Really likes throat scratches.
Reaction to assessor: Ursel looks soft and relaxed, lying down on his cage bedding when approached by the assessor.
Reaction to door opening: Ursel remains in place, relaxed body posture, alert with soft eyes.
Reaction to touch: Ursel head-butts the assessor’s hand and appreciates petting on the head and body.
Reaction to Being Picked up: Allows the pickup and remains calm.
Placement determination: Beginner
Ursel interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting.
This cat can go to a beginner home.
CAME IN WITH
URANUS – A1078388 (IN STATEN ISLAND CENTER)
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