Date: 2008-05-04 16:45:37 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: removal of implant
It is not my choice to give her Azium and besides, I've had better
luck with the Azium than prednisolone. I do have a syringe and am
measuring it by the syringe.
I do know that about glucometers and they did in-house bloodwork
that showed it to be 700.
My main concern right now is just getting her BG down even though it
really looks like it might be too late to do anything.
I just spoke to the vet and he said that her BG is up to 500 again
and that if it doesn't clear up by tomorrow he was told that he
should just put her to sleep. He also said that he has no idea of
how to remove the implant and so doesn't even want to try. He didn't
sound to hopeful at all. To me it sounds like he's basically given
up on her. He was telling me that the only thing they could do is
provide pallative care and hope her BG goes down.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sukie Crandall" <sukie@...>
> Why is the Azium being used instead of Prednisolone? Prednisolone
usually gives better
> control and is easier to adjust.
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