aka Dr Charlotte Charlatan
posted by Dr Oz bloke @ 8:28 PM
I should thank you for putting things in perspective for me.Let's hope it turns out well.
Ah Oz, how can you attempt on 'curing' the poor little hamster? Will a nurse be able to insert a chest tube? The answer's no obviously. Therefore you shouldn't cross your own boundaries and do something which you are not supposed to do in the first place at all.Glad unclebaldie has shed some light in you.hurhur!
by the way dr oz, can doctors take medicine for free from the hospitals or do you pay for the drugs you injected into your pet hamster?how is it doin now? better?
In fairness to OZ, he treated Michelle with a very simple protocol for dehydration:Dextrose - commonly known as glucose.Normal saline - well, that's salt.Pedialyte - As the name implies, normally given to infants and young children for rehydration.With the possible exception of Pedialyte, these items, which must be medicinal grade of course, are commonly available.But, ah, this is the catch, what is suitable for humans may not be suitable for animals or very small mammals like Michelle. OZ is just treating Michelle like a human.As for the syringe to administer the injection, you can buy it from pharmacies or just pinch it from the clinic like you would a biro from the office.I've often wondered but never bothered to ask. If a doc needs viagra for example, does he write out the prescription for himself or go see another doc?
Actually regarding the saline, dextrose and pedialyte, these are all based on information regarding rehydration for hamsters on the google.As uglybaldie says, ask Dr Google.I did. And those were the answers.All the dextrose and saline were of injectable grade ie sterile.And as stated it is just water and dextrose and water and sodium chloride.Pedialyte can be given to hamsters.
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