Re: [FH] Update -Teddy in Heart Failure
ITA with Sue. Baby Boy had awful CHF and it took me almost three months to
even start getting it under control. Then he lived a full year with minimal
fluid issues, right up till the day he died. Some cats are harder to treat
than others, and with Baby Boy it required enalapril, lasix and
spironolactone plus a lot of monitoring on my part, but it can be done.
On 1/2/06, Sue at MAGDRL <susan@...> wrote:
> Different types of fluid build-up are more or less difficult to treat and
> respond slower. That doesn't mean that it won't respond - just that it
> takes more time. The easiest is when the fluid is in the lungs. Fluid in
> the pulmonary sac will be slow.
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