BAGUETTE – A1037670
SAFE – 05/27/15
BAGUETTE – A1037670
***HIT BY CAR – MUST LEAVE BY 5:30 TODAY! (5/27) ***
FEMALE, BLUE/WHITE, PIT BULL MIX, 1 yr
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 05/26/2015, From NY 10452, DueOut Date 05/29/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary : scan negative, QARH, came as HBC, young female dog, abrasion around rt eye, rt ear pinna, medial to left thigh,swollen and red rt eye, unable to bear wt with hind limbs, wound area cleaned with novalson, spoke to DR 1009 immediatelly, Dr rec followings-Hydromorphone 0.75cc IM, Rimadyl 50mg Tab, 400cc SQF, no vax given at this time, NOSF
Meet Baguette!! This lovable little lady needs immediate medical care! Baguette has facial trauma, a pelvic fracture, and a femoral fracture. While she is in significant pain, Baguette remains as sweet as can be. She was very friendly during exam time, winning the hearts of the care center veterinary staff. Baguette is not bearing weight on her back legs, but regardless, she tried to shimmy over to say hello when I stopped by for pictures. Baguette will need a full medical work up including x-rays and orthopedic consult. Please pull this sweet girl from MACC by 5:30 pm today!!
scan negative, HBC – very painful, QARH, young female dog, abrasion around rt eye, rt ear pinna, medial to left thigh all dry this AM after nolvasan – road rash, swollen and red rt eye – retinas okay, PLRs okay, unable to bear wt with hind limbs – until after hydro was given, Facial trauma – all osseous structures palp. free of fx, L pelvis fx – palped by rectum- assymmetrical on the L hemi pelvis, L leg splays laterally, Can not bear wt, Stifle seems okay but needs cranial draw tested with rads. Proximal femur may be fx as well.
A: L pelvic fx +/- L proximal femur Fxs
P; Hydromorphone 0.75cc IM, Rimadyl 50mg inj – 1cc, 400cc SQF all given this AM
Buprinex 0.5 mg/ml – .8cc SC BID 14 days; rimadyl 50mg inj – 1cc SID 14 days; diagel given for loose trauma stool with pelvic fx; LRS SC 200 SC BID 7 d; tab opth. OU BID 10 d;
no vax given at this time
NH placement – PX fair to guarded – pain level high at this point – needs rads and ortho consult
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