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  1. Toilet drop tablets
  2. Glow Necklaces
  3. Do not advise tourniquets
  4. Hydration Status
  5. Enterogastric lavage
  1. a drooling, bitter taste, can cause hyperactivity and aggression
  2. b Subjective parameters (3)
  3. c what you should not advise the client of doing alone when there is bleeding
  4. d corrosive chems, may cause corrosive effects if tab chewed, in water just gastric irritant
  5. e gastric lavage is performed, stomach tube left in place, enema performed with body temp water slowly retrograde until clear water flows from stomach tube (always under general anesthesia with cuffed ET tube

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. atropine, epinephrine, lidocaine, sodium bicarb, Dexamethasone, Benadryl, Diazepam, Nitro, Dobutamine, Doxapram
  2. clinical signs within 30 mins- increased HR, nevousness, panting, drooling, incoordination, hyperthermia, tremors, and seizures. liver failure within 2-3 days of exposure tx always needed
  3. Signs, swelling, lameness, painful, crying,
  4. causes increase in serum calcium levels, can lead to renal failure, cardiovascular abnormalities. and tissue mineralization , 18-36 hours post-ingestion , Aggressive decontamination is most important- repeated activated charcoal every 8-12 hours for 1-2 days. Close monitoring of blood levels- renal and calcium/
  5. crocus, castor bean (highly toxic, 2-4 can cause human death)

5 True/False questions

  1. AlkaliNEVER USE THIS EMETIC AGENT, can cause another toxicity


  2. Maintenance phaserestore fluid balance to the animal (phase)


  3. Activated Charcoalcan be used in conjunction with other treatments, can be used for organic poisons, chemicals, and bacterial problems. Helps facilitate excretion through feces. can be repeated every 4-8 hrs at 1/2 dose per docs orders. Contraindicated in cases of caustic materials


  4. Debridement Phasestarts about 6 hours after injury, WBC remove necrotic tissue, bacteria, and foreign material. The WBC and fluid leaked into the wound form an exudate


  5. 2 breaths with 15 compression'aAirway, Cardio, Resp, Abdomen, Spine, head, pelvis, limbs, arteries/veins, nerves