This week are continuing our diabetic run. We are discussing the nitty gritty details of what happens to a pet's body when there is too much sugar circulating around. Ketones are produced, the body gets angry, and the technician is responsible for caring for this pet.
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12/18/2019 07:04:02 am
On the diabetic topic; insulanoma.
12/18/2019 07:38:40 am
Consider it on the list! Thank you so much for the suggestion!
9/2/2020 11:33:46 am
For you catheters, because these patients are hospitalized for up to a week or longer, what is your protocol for changing them? The general rule is every three days however I have read they can stay in longer. Plus doing a catheter change unless it's no longer patent or showing signs of infection is just adding unnecessary stress to a patient.
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