Sunday, September 18, 2011

616. Urethral Obstruction - Veterinary Procedures

TOA PAYOH VETS
FORM TO BE FILLED BY THE VETERINARY SURGEON

Date:

1. ( )Consultation - Dysuria, haematuria, usually male dogs and cats
2. ( )Body weight, rectal temperature, time recorded
3. ( )General & detailed examination - illustration recorded and notes written
4. ( )Abdominal palpation - Bladder palpation and pain. Other findings
5. ( )Financial considerations and approval for tests with the owner recorded
Estimated range of cost to be approved by the owner
5.1 ( )Blood test
5.2 ( )Catetherise bladder
5.3 ( )Urine test
5.4 ( )X-rays - 2 views
5.5 ( )Antibiotics & Painkillers
5.6 ( )E-collar

6. ( )Consent Form For Anaesthesia & Surgery
7. ( )Deposit


MEDICAL AND SURGICAL RECORDS - DATE & TIME & PROCEDURES
1. Pre-medication start:
2. Sedation start:
3. Anaesthesia - Isoflurane + Oxygen start
4. Anaesthesia - Isoflurane + Oxygen end
5. Sutures used - number of packets and types
6. Post-op antibiotic and painkillers
7. Post-op medication
8. Post-op catheter check
9. Send urinary stones for analysis - date and time
10.Discharge date and time after joint inspection with owner
11.Name of veterinary surgeon discharging the pet
12.Signature of owner taking over the pet
13.Comments of condition of pet during handing over and instructions from the vet to be recorded below:

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