Message Number: FHL11811 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "sukiedaviscrandall"
Date: 2010-07-11 00:45:22 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: adrenals and Addisons Crises

Oh, here is my original post which caused the person
to ask for additional info on Addisons:

We usually use Fludrocort crushed and given in Ferretone
or Vivify along with Prednisolone when this happens, but
some prefer Percorten injections about every 20 days with
daily Prednisolone.

Read in:

Addisons may not show up immediately but then the
ferret will begin to have problems days later and if not
treated rapidly WILL die. It is a fatal problem, but a
ferret can go from actively dying to being normal within
hours if treated in time.

Some require a tiny bit of salt along with the diet till
they have been stabilized.


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