The goals of therapy are to improve symptoms, to reduce complications, to control exacerbations, and to reduce morbidity and mortality. Cousquer BSc (Hons) BVM&S Cert Zoo Med MRCVS Introduction A six year old male spur thhed tortoise (Testudo graeca graeca) was presented in mid February with rat bite injuries to its limbs, tail and shell. Many drugs are mixed to achieve better effect than either drug alone.
Any medications dispensed or administered, or procedures performed, should only be by or under order of a qualified, licensed veterinary surgeon. A few weeks back, the character formerly known only as Jumpman turned twenty-five.
This medication is used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections.
The body can fht off most sinus infections—even the bacterial kind—without antibiotics. Such injuries are common in hibernated tortoises, where no precautions are taken to keep the tortoise safe from predation.
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