Note

There will probably not be blog post for a few days. I have been bouncing between ERs.

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.

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      1. Wow…I just read something about it.  Hope they are on top of it and you are getting the treatment you need.  Sounds scary. Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

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  1. With the advent of antibiotics in 1940s, improved oral and dental hygiene, and more aggressive surgical approaches for treatment, the risk of death due to Ludwig’s angina has significantly reduced. So I hope you caught a strang of bacteria that isn’t multiple resistant against the appropriate antibiotics. If push comes to shove they could always test those bacteria first and get you your specific antibiotics.

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    1. They have blood cultures cooking, and throat cultures. Until those are back they are just using a couple big guns. Today that means big expense. Sandy is the one in the house with all the medical expense. If mine approaches hers, I might have to weite another book.

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