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May 26, 2015: VETgirl Real-Life Rounds: Feline Urethral Obstruction

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Real-Life rounds will be a webcam-based, interactive session where VETgirl ELITE members will have the opportunity to interact with specialists during an informal 20-30 minute session on specific topics.

May 2015
Topic: VETgirl Real-Life Rounds: Feline Urethral Obstruction
Speakers: Dr. Garret Pachtinger, DACVECC and Dr. Justine LEE, DABT, DACVECC
Date: Delivered: May 26, 2015
Time: 12pm – 12:30pm CST (Time zone converter HERE)
Total RACE-approved hours: 0.5 hours
Program #: 785-37490

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2 thoughts on “May 26, 2015: VETgirl Real-Life Rounds: Feline Urethral Obstruction

  1. Working in a referral center we commonly will see previously urethral obstructed cats that have a history of multiple episodes of obstruction and catheterization.
    They typically have severe urethal spasm, inflammation and severe cystitis.
    Many of these cats are referred because a urinary catheter cannot be placed.
    your approach??

    • Aggressive IV fluid to help flush all those inflammatory cells, red blood cells and crystals out of the urinary catheter and bladder; pain control (e.g., buprenorphine), and low dose acepromazine or prazoin to minimize spasming! I can unblock everything – my approach is good sedation and gentle unblocking!

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