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OXYVET Emergency Veterinary Service

Frequently asked questions                        

Which are those symptomes when I need to call OXYVET Emergency Veterinary Service?

How long does it take for the veterinarian of OXYVET arrive at my home?

What kind of treatment can be provided by OXYVET?

Which are those symptomes when I need to call OXYVET Emergency Veterinary Service?

Emergency veterinary care is needed in the following cases:
    - bleeding from any of the body orifices
    - sudden enlargement of the belly
   
- sudden appearance of dizziness, circling or rolling
    - seizure, consciousness disturbance, excitation, tremor
    - weakness of hind limbs, inability to stand up (paraplegia)
    - sudden weakness, drowsiness
    - sudden onset of fever
    - severe, repeated vomiting
    - severe watery or bloody diarrhea
    - severe abdominal pain
    - allergic reaction (hypersensitivity) to drugs or vaccination (oedema, hives)
    - ingestion or suspected ingestion of toxic substance, foreign body, or human medicine
    - shortness of breath, rattling, wheezing, fainting
    - sudden appearance of minor haemorrhages on the skin, bleeding
    - slow awakening following operation
    - blockage of flow of urine, bloody urine                                                  Top of page

How long does it take for the veterinarian of OXYVET arrive at my home?

We treat our patients in order of the incoming phonecalls. Usually we arrive to the site within 1 hour. If we get your call while treating another patient, the time needed to get to your place may be longer.                                                                                             Top of page

What kind of treatment can be provided by OXYVET?

Apart of physical examination we are equipped to perform certain supplementary tests (e.g. checking blood sugar, urinalysis, on-site tests of body fluids etc.). In order to give a diagnosis later, it is often essential to collect blood and/or urine before starting the treatment. Depending on the state of the animal, medication and infusion are routine parts of intervention.
If your pet needs to be hospitalized for further treatment, we will inform you about the available possibilities.                                                                                   Top of page 
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