A 13 year-old castrated male domestic shorthaired cat (2.72 kg) was presented to the veterinary teaching hospital emergency department for worsening lethargy and weakness. He had been recently diagnosed with diabetes mellitus and started on PZI insulin at 1 unit twice a day. Historically, the cat was diagnosed with ocular histoplasmosis that was in remission on fluconazole treatment.Continue reading “Ugly Twins: Combined HHS + DKA”
Imagine that you have a patient who requires a simultaneous administration of a blood product and LRS, however it has only one available peripheral catheter because the second catheter is being used for a CRI medication.
Can you administer citrated donor blood and LRS at the same time?Continue reading “LRS vs Citrate: Friend or Foe?”