Edema of the penis after surgery

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# 1 Enigma

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 15:24

Hello, dear community!
I would like to share my grief. A week ago our beloved British cat died, he was 10 months old. It all started with the fact that at this age we decided to castrate him. Friends advised to combine castration with an operation to remove claws. We have long doubted the humanity of the latter, consulted with a veterinarian in a vet clinic, who assured us that the animal living in the apartment will in no way suffer from lack of claws, and this operation will not affect the musculoskeletal system. We agreed. I was not present at the operation, but the doctor said that after castration, anesthesia had to be added in order to have enough for the second operation. After surgery, the cat was still watched for another hour 4, and was auditioned by a doctor, after which we were allowed to go home with a cat. The cat left the anesthesia for a long time, about 2 days. After a lapse of 2 days, by external signs, I felt well: I was cheerful, I ate well, went to the toilet on a regular basis.
Exactly one week after the operation, we took himon the removal of stitches from the feet. He behaved very aggressively, so the doctor pricked him with some sort of tranquilizer, from which the cat retreated, probably for a day. A couple of days after the removal of sutures, the cat's condition worsened. He became passive, slept twenty-four hours a day, tears began to flow from his eyes, he began to drink very little, and he stopped eating altogether. In a little way I went 1 time a day. We first wrote off this for hormonal reorganization in connection with castration. On the third day of deterioration, I noticed that the cat began to breathe very often, with exhalation sharply lowered its sides. The next day I took him to a vet clinic, where, having got to the reception, he began to breathe through his mouth and wheeze. Upon examination, body temperature was reduced by 1 degree, mucous membranes of cyanotic color. The doctor said that we are dealing with pulmonary edema, injected glucose, a diuretic and some kind of heartache, the name of which he did not say. The cat immediately urinated, and after a couple of minutes a foam began to come out of his mouth. The doctor, opening his mouth to him, stated that his throat was full of foam. A moment later, the foam poured more and more from the nose, it was so much. The doctor grabbed him in a position upside down, but the cat had already stopped breathing. Heart massage did not help him. I was told only one thing: "You're late".
Since then I have been trying to figure everything out in my mindwhat happened, trying to understand at what stage the cat could still be saved. The information that I was able to obtain on the Internet on the topic of pulmonary edema is very contradictory. Some say that pulmonary edema develops in 20 minutes, and the lethal outcome is inevitable. Others argue that in the early stages it is completely curable. Can I say anything about the causes of what happened? We did not require any tests either before or after the operation. We did not open the autopsy. The cat was not vaccinated.

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 15:31

Hello, dear community!
I would like to share my grief. A week ago our beloved British cat died, he was 10 months old. It all started with the fact that at this age we decided to castrate him. Friends advised to combine castration with an operation to remove claws. We have long doubted the humanity of the latter, consulted with a veterinarian in a vet clinic, who assured us that the animal living in the apartment will in no way suffer from lack of claws, and this operation will not affect the musculoskeletal system.


Do you want to remove your claws? You think that your new chairs are very expensive
and you are afraid that the kitty will scratch them? You were advised to hold this one. painless procedure.
Then find out the truth as it is done, what kind of torture the animal experiences during the operation,
after her, and if she survives, what physical and mental problems she is in for the rest of her life.
http: //perekupka.sit. 31.p_1310005956
Look at the pictures - you will understand how cruel this operation is,
You will see the eyes of the unfortunate Cornish Rex,which was removed claws, and when they realized that after this operation, it takes a long time to care and adaptation, they simply took it to the snail. But the veterans and good people tried to help the poor fellow. using all their skill doctors they tried day and night to restore it, BUT. he died right under the dropper!

Look into his eyes! And now look at your furniture. Is it really worth this pain, suffering and suffering of that living being who selflessly loves and trusts you?

In addition, there is always an alternative, for example,
http://www.mkogotki.ru/

The post has been edited by Liberty_: 03 December 2008 - 15:33

Posted 04 December 2008 - 22:43

Enigma! I sympathize with you because of the loss of cues.

On the removal of claws. I watched the movie "Cats", this procedure is well shown, it became so bad. Do not do this anymore, please. Look at this film, is on sale on discs. After all, there is an option - soft claws or you will learn to cut the claws with your claws. Only it is necessary to address to the doctor, that to you have accurately shown up to what exactly it is necessary to cut a cut, that not ottyapat superfluous. Otherwise the kisul will be very painful, as well as to the person. You are a woman and probably a nail ever broke to meat or accidentally cut off something extra. You know how it hurts. And with young unvaccinated animals, it is not worth doing any surgical interventions at all. First vaccinations. And taking a blood test before surgery is just an axiom that does not require proof.

Why do I need movies if I saw my animalafter this operation? And the conclusions I made, believe me. A blood test is an axiom for those living in a decent city, where there are similar laboratories. Unfortunately, we live in quite different realities. Thanks for the sympathy.

Posted 05 December 2008 - 01:33

In which city do you live?

Excuse me, but I do not believe that in your cityit would be a laboratory, judging by the veterinarian's progress in cutting off claws. In a small town such operations are generally not done. And for sure you can take kisulu to the nearest major regional center, even if it really is with laboratories in your city tight. In the end, for a fee you can agree in the human laboratory, there would be a desire. Those. options and output is always there.

I'm afraid my city's name does not matter to you.I will not say that I live in Russia. My city is an oblast center, but there are only 2 vet clinics here. I was recommended this particular, it is a state one, it has only 2 small chambers - an operating room and for all other receptions. Doctors are also universal, i.e. one and the same doctor consults, operates and so on. and both cats and dogs, rodents. There are no laboratories there. As for their availability in another vet clinic (it's private, maybe there was), I do not know about the operation, I was not advised to go there because of the low competence of doctors. It's not about what I did not want. I just did not talk about it. As for me - yes, I was not interested in the additional possibilities to examine the animal. Because I simply did not know how important and completely relied in this situation on the competence of the doctor. In this I see my main mistake.

This post has been edited by Enigma: 05 December 2008 - 01:35

Posted 05 December 2008 - 10:27

It's not about what I did not want. I just did not talk about it. As for me - yes, I was not interested in the additional possibilities to examine the animal. Because I simply did not know how important and completely relied in this situation on the competence of the doctor. In this I see my main mistake.

Now you know, and that means everything now you will havewell with your new pet and new similar errors you will not do. And do not reproach yourself, especially since veterinary medicine is not your specialty. It's not a mistake that he does not do anything. And the doctor ask, at least for yourself, to know why the doctor does not prescribe a pre-operation check-up and does not report this need to the owner of the animal.

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Posted 05 December 2008 - 10:58

Now you know, and that means everything now you will havewell with your new pet and new similar errors you will not do. And do not reproach yourself, especially since veterinary medicine is not your specialty. It's not a mistake that he does not do anything. And the doctor ask, at least for yourself, to know why the doctor does not prescribe a pre-operation check-up and does not report this need to the owner of the animal.

Thanks for the kind words! When I decide on a new pet - no "soft paws" (the animal really looks very unhappy after that) and castration only after the examinations.

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Posted 05 December 2008 - 12:28

Thanks for the kind words! When I decide on a new pet - no "soft paws" (the animal really looks very unhappy after that) and castration only after examinations .

and it is obligatory only after vaccinations, so as not to catch deadly diseases for kisul diseases.

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