March 2012
Name of pet Mogli
Species Cat
Breed Non Descriptive

Sex

Male

Age

4 Months
Clinical presentation The pet was presented with acute pain and disfigured right hind leg.
History & complain Had tried to jump from fifth floor and had a fall.
Physical examination & tentative diagnosis

Temperature-?, Vital signs normal, Palpable broken femur – “COMPLETE FRACTURE MID SHAFT - FEMUR”

Diagnostics X-Ray – Lateral view, shows a clear oval shaped stone on the bladder.
Treatments & Procedures

Was kept on antibiotics & pain killer for a day and on the second day under general anaesthesia the femur was fixed with internal fixation using K-Wire as intra-medulary pinning and the muscle and the skin layers are closed using the standard procedure, though he took 8 hrs to recover from anaesthesia. He was treated with parentral antibiotics and painkillers for the next seven days. A complete cage rest was advised for the next eight weeks, was checked for opposition of the bone and callous formation at intervals. The wound was dressed on alternate days. After the tenth day the sutures removed and the surgical site has healed well.

After twelve weeks satisfactory bone healing was noticed and the intra-medulary pin was removed under general anaesthesia using the standard procedure.

     
 
   
Follow-Up The client was advised to follow physiotherapy to revive the atrophied muscles and discharged.
     
 
   
   
Name of pet Sweety
Breed Spitz

Sex

Female

Age

2 years
Clinical presentation The pet was presented with acute pain and discomfort and was frequently trying to urinate and could only pass very little, blood tinged urine.
History & complain Has got old history of frequent urinary tract infection. The present discomfort has been there for the past two days.
Physical examination & tentative diagnosis

Temperature -101.6 f, vital signs normal, pain on palpation of the abdomen. Cystitis? / metritis? / cystic stones?

Diagnostics X-Ray – Lateral view, shows a clear oval shaped stone on the bladder.
  Haemogram-marginal increase in WBC count.
  Liver Function Test- Normal.
  Kidney Function Test- Normal
     
     
Treatments & Procedures Was kept on antibiotics, pain killer & fluid for a day and on the second day under general anaesthesia the bladder stone was removed. The bladder and the abdominal layers of tissues where closed using the standard procedure. She was treated with parental antibiotics and painkillers for the next five days. The wound was dressed on alternate days. After the tenth day the sutures removed and the surgical site had healed well.
     
 
   

Follow-Up

The client was advised to feed the pet appropriate diet and discharged.