- Barbara Osborn
- Supporter from '05 - '12
Nystatin Solution (for Candida- yeast infection of mouth)
Nolvason Solution (to soak bumblefoot)
Oxbow's Critical Care
Multi-vitamin treats with extra vitamin C
I was wondering what you had on hand.
Mineral oil (to clean ears)
Vetwrap bandaging material
Chlorhexidine gluconate 2% solution to dilute
Critical care in the freezer but it's pretty old
Old vitamin C tabs
Tons of syringes -- curved tip flushing syringe is my fave
- Supporting my GL Habit
Lasix (although, technically, this one was prescribed to me)
antibiotic eye ointment
big bag o' Lactated Ringers
syringes--1cc, 3cc, 12cc and 35cc
21G? needles and butterfly infusion sets
Need to get some Ivermectin - Willow and Pippin have started itching. I can't help but think its the dry air causing dry skin, but I'm not taking chances. Vicky seems unaffected.
- I GAVE, dammit!
Otomax (for cheilitis and other potential nasties)
Vedco triple antibiotic - opthalmic (used for eye ulcer)
Calcium lactate - Twinlab capsules and compound (by pharmacist)
Vitamin C (liquid 300mg/5ml)
Oxbow Vitamin C treats (nobody will eat them)
Vitamin B compound (liquid, Twinlabs)
Baytril otic (for ears)
Epi-Otic (for flushing ears)
Ivermectin 1% injectable
Babydopholus (acidopholus powder)
Critical Care (didn't know it came in two flavors?)
Multiple syringes and needles
On order: Butterfly sets, 16 guage needles (for getting lactated ringers out of bag), 10ml oral syringes.
The scary thing is that every single one of these things has been used in the past month or is currently in use!
- I GAVE, dammit!
But then I saw them at KV Vet, and I would have preferred to order them from there since I've ordered from them before.
I just realized I ordered 25 guage, which may be too small/slow!
neo-poly-bac eye ointment
instant bleeding stop
When Muffin was ill with lymphnosarcoma I used to joke about people coming over thinking I was some sort of drug dealer with the needles and syringes lying around and random piles of cash from tips at work!
Simethicone (mint flavour, yuk)
60 mg vit c tabs (that Shopper's doesn't sell anymore)
a ton of syringes in many sizes, some with needles some without
a big bag of Lactated Ringers Solution
Butterfly cather set
big bag of frozen pumpkin chips for bribes and mash ('cause my pigs are snobs and only eat real pumpkin)
Vit E oil
Human knock off of vet wrap
various bandage pads, gauzes and med tape
smaller knock off Q-tips (better for boar cleaning. They fit better then real Q-tips)
1 jar of baby food
Rolled Oats (appitite stimulant for Lina)
Syringe disposal bin (like the ones at the doctors. Canadians can get them free at Shopper's)
Sadie's Anti Itch Spray (tea tree oil + oatmeal protien)
Baby food jars for mixing oils for Lina's skin
Cornstarch (to stop bleeding nails)
Rice Bag heating bags (one small pigloo sized bag. One large human back size that can be used for pig in emergency)
And a big bamboo box to keep it all in since I can't have it clash with the decor and I don't own a medicine cabinet (we use an over the toilet cupboard for human stuff)
All of this has been used in the past 6 months except the BNP.
Some of this has been shared with humans in the past six months (ex. Pedialyte )
Real Vet Wrap
Liquid Vit C
Curved tip syringe
Electric heating device or snuggle safe disc
Pig that will eat canned pumpkin (any one wanna trade?)
A snuggle safe disk sound good to me too. I really love those curved tip syringes.
- ...what, what, what?
Lactated Ringers & assorted paraphenalia (14 gauge sterile needles, 23 gauge butterfly catheters, 23 gauge needles, Big Syringe)
Gentemycin eye drops
Chloramphenicol eye ointment
Benazipril (for Ferdinand)
Ointment of some sort for injuries
Liquid vitamin C
I had CC but I don't anymore, so I need to order that.
Unflavored instand Pedialyte packs (to be mixed with water)
Thermacare heating pads
Holy moly, I had more stuff than I realized!
From your other thread, it sounds like the 23 gauge worked fine.
The Snuggle Safe disks are good, not just post-surgery, but for the colder nights. I have two and put them in at bedtime, one at each end of the sleeping areas.