The other patients at FBM hospital

We often tell you about the emergencies or the most serious cases that come to us, but the truth is that our hospital is full of patients and that many of them you do not know. Currently in the hospital we have 34 dogs plus temporary patients (castrations, small cures …) Most of them are trauma patients, or pathological diseases. Imagine all that this implies in terms of costs of surgeries, medications, clinical material, and rehabilitation …
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Now, it is time for you to meet some of the latest patients who have been arriving …
TRAVIS: He arrived with a deformity in his leg after an old fracture that heeled badly. He was operated on and a plate was placed to align the bones. Currently, he still does not support his leg and his wound has not fully healed.
HELGUE: She arrived in July, but two months later she started showing symptoms that something was wrong. She had a cervical hernia that made movement difficult and she lost his balance. She has been operated twice. She has been in rehab for months and just a few weeks ago he finally started to show some improvement …
BRUNO: This little boy was run over with a broken hip and a lot of pain, so much so that he wouldn’t let us manipulate him, and treating him was quite an adventure. He has been barely moving for more than two weeks and in recent days she has finally started to get up and walk a little.
ODDIE: He came from another association and finally, after weeks in with us, we welcomed him as part of our family. He has Leishmania and kidney failure, plus eye inflammation. In recent weeks he has also had alopecia in various areas of his body, but he is already beginning to improve.
RUFINO: One of the last patients to arrive. He has a carpal fracture and a bone infection. He is being treated for the infection and we are evaluating how he evolves …
PICARD: He arrived in October and was positive for filaria. A few weeks ago he was bitten and had quite deep wounds on his paw. He lost a lot of skin, tendons and part of the muscles. It seems that finally he has not affected him to walk. He keeps recovering until his wounds finish healing.
KEVIN: He came in a little while ago with old hip and femoral head fractures. He also had an obstruction in his rectum and we had to give him treatment to evacuate, but due to the fracture of his hip and the abnormal narrowing he had, we had to sedate him to remove the accumulation he had. Now he needs to gain muscle mass so that we can operate him.
 
 
 
 
 

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