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Suzanne Cannon | 3 years ago
Lucy: Feline With Severe, Chronic Stomatitis
Treatment Cost (USD): $705.70
Lucy is a rescued kitty who first came in to Jarrettsville Veterinary Center with her new owner because she wasn't feeling well - she was lethargic, not eating well, and had two large lumps on the side of her mouth. She was diagnosed with severe stomatitis and hospitalized for treatment. Over the course of the next several months, Lucy received multiple medical treatments in an effort to manage the distressing symptoms caused by her stomatitis. She was given several courses of antibiotics, steroids, and pain meds, and even received laser treatments to help manage pain and swelling. Eventually it was recommended that the best way to help Lucy would be to schedule her for a complete dental cleaning and extractions of diseased teeth.
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Aya Ahmed | 8 years ago
My Cat’s Been Diagnosed With Corneal Ulcer. He Was Prescribed Chloramphenicol Drops, And Ciprofloxacin…

My cat’s been diagnosed with corneal ulcer.
He was prescribed chloramphenicol drops, and Ciprofloxacin ointment, along with oral antibiotic (chloamphenicol 125 suspension).
Is chloamphenicol suspension safe? And is that enough?

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