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Bladder stone removal.

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Nonnie, Aug 14, 2009.


  1. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Do NOT watch this if squeamish.

    Whilst i am amazed at what was removed, im slightly disturbed at the filthy fenestration drape, and the lack of anaesthetic machinery. I hope they didnt operate under just a sedation :(

    LiveLeak.com - Dog has bladder stones removed
     
  2. rona

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    I'm not watching that after what I've just been though :eek:hmy:
     
  3. DevilDogz

    DevilDogz Guest

    I agree :( :eek:

    I cant belive how much they removed though, it just kept coming and coming..and they were fair sized stones.
     
  4. Nonnie

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    Im amazed there was room for any urine at all.
     
  5. gesic

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    Not that i am criticizing but do u not think it might have been an idea to catheterise and flush urethra to be sure all the critters had been flushed?
    Also resps a bit hi def a bit light!
     
  6. Nonnie

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    Im not sure the vet was a very good one tbh. I had to turn the sound off when he started talking about poetry and the camera.
     
  7. gesic

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    I am blessed with a computer with no sound:blushing: so missed that;)
     
  8. dinks

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    Hmmn def agree Gesic - i just wonder though where was this - could it possibly have been charity work abroad - i know the guy sounds american - thats the trouble with these things - dont know how long ago it was or where - glad it wasnt my dog though!:eek:
     
  9. Burrowzig

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    What an amazing amount of stones in there! And yes, the fenestration drape didn't look good, it was badly stained, but it could still have been sterile.
     
  10. Nonnie

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    Its the terrible stitching that i would worry about. A thread in a wound could cause problems.
     
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