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  • EctoCool99
    Does anyone have advice on how to work with 2 sets of doctors? We have a specialist and our regular doctor and for some reason they don t always share
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 28, 2005
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      Does anyone have advice on how to work with 2 sets of doctors? We have a specialist
      and our regular doctor and for some reason they don't always share information. I
      now fear that this may hurt my little guy. Our cardiologist didn't know his lungs were
      filling up every few days. Hello? I am paying more than enough money to have them
      take a little time to communicate.

      Any thoughts or advice? How can I do it all myself?

      Thanks you guys!
    • Aimee Collins
      I would only deal with the vet for the regular shots. all the heart and lung stuff you should deal with the cardiologist.t least that was what I was told.
      Message 2 of 5 , Sep 28, 2005
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        I would only deal with the vet for the regular shots. all the heart and lung stuff you should deal with the cardiologist.t least that was what I was told. Bopping between 2 drs can be hard. I know that my cardiologist faxes everything to my vet to keep them up tp date. So es you should let them know this. Good Luck.

        EctoCool99 <ectocool99@...> wrote:Does anyone have advice on how to work with 2 sets of doctors? We have a specialist
        and our regular doctor and for some reason they don't always share information. I
        now fear that this may hurt my little guy. Our cardiologist didn't know his lungs were
        filling up every few days. Hello? I am paying more than enough money to have them
        take a little time to communicate.

        Any thoughts or advice? How can I do it all myself?

        Thanks you guys!




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      • Bab006@aol.com
        Since my cardiologist is 3.5 hours away, I deal with my vet who contacts the cardiologist through fax. It also costs $300 to $750 each visit to my
        Message 3 of 5 , Sep 28, 2005
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          Since my cardiologist is 3.5 hours away, I deal with my vet who contacts the
          cardiologist through fax. It also costs $300 to $750 each visit to my
          cardiologist and it stressed my cat out. She said he would die in less than 2
          weeks so she didn't need to see him. I emailed her a month or so ago and told
          her SIM was still alive is their anything she wanted to change to add to his
          medications since he was not supposed to live and he still is. I never heard
          from her although I didn't get a call 2 days later from me vet asking if I
          needed anything. So I think they communicate and my vet said no to leave the
          medications alone since they were working obviously so far.
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        • Lisa Clarizia
          I started asking for copies of all his records, just in case, after a similar situation. I make copies and hand them out where needed, which thankfully hasn t
          Message 4 of 5 , Sep 28, 2005
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            I started asking for copies of all his records, just in case, after a
            similar situation. I make copies and hand them out where needed, which
            thankfully hasn't happened in a while.

            Lisa

            On 9/28/05, EctoCool99 <ectocool99@...> wrote:
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            > Does anyone have advice on how to work with 2 sets of doctors? We have a
            > specialist
            > and our regular doctor and for some reason they don't always share
            > information. I
            > now fear that this may hurt my little guy. Our cardiologist didn't know
            > his lungs were
            > filling up every few days. Hello? I am paying more than enough money to
            > have them
            > take a little time to communicate.
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            > Any thoughts or advice? How can I do it all myself?
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            > Thanks you guys!
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          • jen
            Hello All! ... I did this too right from the beginning and it came in really handy for Deag s last echo. His cardiologist has moved offices and without my
            Message 5 of 5 , Oct 4, 2005
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              Hello All!

              > I started asking for copies of all his records, just in case, after a
              > similar situation

              I did this too right from the beginning and it came in really handy for
              Deag's last echo. His cardiologist has moved offices and without my
              copies of Deagan's records and echos, she wouldn't have had any history
              on him for exact numbers and the like.

              Kitty Hugs to all!

              jen, deagan, ceita and angel kira the dog

              4yo DSH asymptomatic; 25 mg Atenolol twice daily, 40 mg ASA twice
              weekly, CoQ10 30mg daily and cardiostrength daily
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