this happen to my cat Missy, after having a tooth removed.
The only steps that can be done to have some peace, is to have
and EKG and Echo of the heart, before a pet goes under the knife.
Sad but true. The last few surgeries my cats had, I had req, that
they keep a EKG mech montior on my cat, until stable, one time I was there for thw whole surgery and after, and stayed w/my cat. Call me a nut, but I want to make sure. When Missy coded, no one there, they don't know how long he was out for, I was told they did CPR for and hour? Ended up Missy had CHF/RCM.. I had no clue. Nothing like when Baby was sick w/CHF and RCM I had a 2nd chance.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Joe <m3cflvi@...> wrote:
> I am so sorry to hear.
> I was wondering if the vet had done any type of ultrasound prior to surgery?
> When our cat non HCM cat Beanie had to undergo some surgery, the vet suggested she get an ultrasound and explained the reason why. Some people might think its overkill but after we had out baby April pass on from HCM we will ALWAYS get this done even for a seemingly health cat.
> Joe, with Beanie, Chelsea and April.
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