From the Archives, one year ago Posted byd.e.larsen.dvmFebruary 10, 2021February 8, 2021Posted inVeterinary Medicine https://docsmemoirs.com/2020/02/10/two-down-at-once/ Share this:FacebookEmailPrintLinkedInMorePinterestRedditTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Published by d.e.larsen.dvm Country vet for over 40 years in Sweet Home Oregon. I graduated from Colorado State University in 1975. I practiced in Enumclaw Washington for a year and a half before moving to Sweet Home to start a practice. View more posts
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That was good story. Detailed in how the procedure is done, mixed in with a little humor as well as practicality regarding the downed human. The human was safely out and the horse needed your attention more. The fainting episode reminds me of another covid vaccination report from my friend in the U.K. “They have all been going for vaccinations. One of them nearly fainted when he saw the needle and had to have a lie down before they could vaccinate him.” You probably never had one of your actual patients faint when they saw a needle or a little blood. I wonder if it is just humans that do that?