35358Re: CHF: How do you know the time has come?
- Dec 1 8:03 AMPye has had three echocardiograms with two different cardioloigists
and neither of them even shaved her. Maybe they just do that with
At the last one her blood pressure was a little higher than usual but
still normal, and that's the only sign of stress that I could tell.
That was probably because she could hear a dog barking in the waiting
room. For our cat, the x-rays are more stressful than the echoes
because she hates to be placed on her back.
--- In email@example.com, elfinmyst@... wrote:
> All my heart cats havbe regular ultrasounds and the only risk I can
> if they become very very stressed. Trixi did once and she collapsed,
> gentle reassured her and she recovered well. Apart from that
episode, the only
> thing I`ve noticed with ultrasounds is that I always seem to have
> bald patches!
> The benefits greatly outweigh the risks. Occasionally a wriggly or
> cat might need a sedative.
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