APA Parvo End of Shift Report
Total Dogs in ICU *
How many dogs are there in the ICU as of the end of your shift?
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Negatives in ICU *
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Basic Information (Required)
This information is basic and important for the next shift to know what to expect when coming in the ward.
Shift Time in Hours *
How many hours did it take to complete medical treatments?
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Shift Staff/Volunteers *
Please include all staff/volunteers that helped during the shift.
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Number of Critical Dogs *
How many critical dogs (dogs requiring significant attention or treatment) are there in the ward as of the end of your shift?
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Critical Dog Details
Please include names, any relevant information people should read about critical dogs currently in the ICU.
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Number of Intermediate Dogs *
Dogs requiring lots of attention/treatment but not having critical symptoms
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Intermediate Dog Details
Please include names, any relevant information people should read about intermediate dogs currently in the ICU.
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Number of Dogs Doing well *
Dogs who are eating, beginning to eat, or BAR
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Names of Dogs Doing Well
And any important details about dogs who are doing well.
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Kittens in ICU *
How many kittens are there in the ICU as of the end of your shift?
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Panleuk Kittens
Please include any relevant information people should read about panleuk kittens currently in the ICU.
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Intake, Discharge and Deceased
This section describes the dogs entering and exiting the ward. Although it is not required, it is useful for both statistics gathering and curious volunteers.
Names of Deceased Dogs
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Names of Discharged Dogs
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Additional Information (Not Required)
Please include any additional important information in the following section.
Additional Information
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Most Urgent Supplies Needed
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