A patient care report of a feline with newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus hospitalised for a blood glucose curve
Friday, June 2, 2017
Feline diabetes mellitus is one of the most common endocrine disorders in cats. Veterinary nurses play a huge role in management of these feline patients by helping with diagnostics, monitoring blood glucose levels, administering medication, providing skilled nursing care during the time of hospitalisation as well as educating and advising the clients. This patient care report discusses the care provided to a diabetic feline patient that was hospitalised for a blood glucose curve.
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