Tuti . . .

Case Study submitted by Eyal Nachmias

Veterinary Medical Center in the Sharon Region, Israel

 

TUTI - 12-year-old cat suffering  from mild to moderate

kidney disease.

 

Disappeared for two weeks, found with a wound most likely caused by a bite.; wound was infected and infested with maggots.

The next most amazing outcome after his skin recovery is the kidney recovery, his CREATININE is now 2 – at the beginning even after fluids and 1.5 days in the hospital his CREA level

was 2.7.

 

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Midnight
Jack
Pebbles
Athena
Fred
Prometheus
Chemical Burn
Envenomation
Thermal Burn
GI Bleed
Diskospondylitis
Neck Trauma
Will
Boa
Tuti
Buddy
Bruno
Carson
Zada
Lily
Mass Removal
Bite & Kidney
Peritonitis
Dog Bite
Dog Fight
Rat Bites
Severe Burn
Necrotic Wound

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