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Martha have Anesthesia without fluids?

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  • Lynda Doty
    I am very afraid for Martha right now and the vet is concerned also, I am going to try to get her cardio appointment moved up from next week to this week, she
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 6, 2013
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      I am very afraid for Martha right now and the vet is concerned also, I am going to try to get her cardio appointment moved up from next week to this week, she needs to be seen. Vet says today is a crazy day and he will call me later today or this evening. I'm praying I can get her in soon. She needs dental work badly but cannot be anesthetized. The reason for this is she cannot tolerate the fluids during the procedure. Is it possible to have anesthesia without giving fluids? Each time she goes into heart failure and vet says she probably will not pull out of it if her heart fails again. Her kidney values are good.

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      Blessings,Lynda, Martha, Morelli and Angel C.B.



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    • Westgold
      If I were you, I d go to see a dental specialist asap. They know how to handle special cases -- and he would probably consult with your cardiologist first.
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 6, 2013
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        If I were you, I'd go to see a dental specialist asap. They know how to handle special cases -- and he would probably consult with your cardiologist first. That would be your best bet. It must be done asap, the bacteria from the gums and teeth is affecting the heart --
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        I am very afraid for Martha right now and the vet is concerned also, I am going to try to get her cardio appointment moved up from next week to this week, she needs to be seen. Vet says today is a crazy day and he will call me later today or this evening. I'm praying I can get her in soon. She needs dental work badly but cannot be anesthetized. The reason for this is she cannot tolerate the fluids during the procedure. Is it possible to have anesthesia without giving fluids? Each time she goes into heart failure and vet says she probably will not pull out of it if her heart fails again. Her kidney values are good.

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        Blessings,Lynda, Martha, Morelli and Angel C.B.

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      • Cindy Reese
        Do some research about Board certified specialists. I went through a period with a number of sickly kitties and learned about the world of specialists. There
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          Do some research about Board certified specialists. I went through a period with a number of sickly kitties and learned about the world of specialists. There was a renowned Board Certified Anesthesiologist who could be called in to handle anesthesia for kitties with special medical conditions. Yes - difficult to schedule and an additional fee but worth every penny.

          Cindy and the old kitties in AZ

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