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  1. 3% Hydrogen Peroxide
  2. Batteries
  3. Bromethalin toxicosis
  4. Appositional healing or First intention
  5. Dorsal Recumbancy
  1. a position for patient over 15lbs
  2. b chewed = alkaline burns, swallowed foreign body obstruction
  3. c sings within 24hrs to 2 weeks, muscle tremors, seizures, hyper-excitibility, ataxia, forelimb rigidity CNS depression, loss of vocalization, paresis, paralysis and death
    Aggressive decontamination is very important- repeated doses of activated charcoal every 8- 12 hours. Prognosis is poor in animals with severe signs
  4. d emetic agent commonly used and easily used at home, 1tsp/5lbs, no more than 3 TBSP. Should see results in 15-20 mins if small meal given prior, can repeat one time
  5. e achieved by suturing or grafting a wound, sharp, clean , and minimal trauma of injury, treated before bacteria has a chance to grow. Must be done in first - 6-8 hrs

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. compress lungs, animal down, place arm around waist make a fist behind the last rib, compress abdomen by pushing up 5X rapidly, administer a sharp blow with the flat of your hand between the shoulder blades
  2. position patient in lateral recumbancy
    Place one hand on chest 4-5 intercostal space
    Using thumb and finger of one hand compress @ 120 cpm
    Also used is the palm of the hand cupped around the chest of the animal
  3. psyllium, peanut butter, mineral oil and corn oil, used in the Tx. of zinc toxicity and lead
  4. approach cautiously, pain = biting, not always life threatening, serious signs, distress breathing, pale/while MM, bleeding from nose. Avoid moving as much as possible
  5. 3 Phases to fluid therapy

5 True/False questions

  1. Urine output
    SG
    Body weight
    PCV/TP
    4 ways to monitor fluids for fluid overload

          

  2. Do not advise tourniquetswhat you should not advise the client of doing alone when there is bleeding

          

  3. Emergency phaseonce dehydration is corrected, helping animal maintain daily needs (phase)

          

  4. Ambu baglow toxicity, wide margin of safety

          

  5. Xylitolmost commonly found in windsheild washer fluid- contains formaldehyde, Min. toxic dose is 8g/kg
    Small exposure=mild gastric upset