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Kermit

Date Stranded: April 27, 2024

Reason for Stranding

Found stuck in the rocks at the Boca Chica jetties channel side

Patient History

3.9 lb non-FP juvenile green

Patient Injuries

Minor abrasions on carapace and both front flippers. moderate abrasions on both rear flippers, around both eyes and on chin. moderate/severe abrasions on plastron

Patient Treatments

In-house PCV = 36%, TP = 7.2 g/dl, glucose = 290, started on Ceftazidime, Vit B Complex, Normosol, and Meloxicam

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