Admissions and hospitalizations

Hospitalization is necessary for dogs and cats that need to be stabilized, monitored and cared for constantly.

Hospitalization, inpatient, day surgery, day hospital: what differences?

Veterinary hospitalization for dogs and cats is always recommended when their clinical conditions are not stable or, in the most severe and critical cases, when their lives are in danger.

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Hospitalizations vary in duration and we distinguish them into:

Emergency and urgent hospitalization:
To ensure the diagnostic and therapeutic interventions necessary to stabilize the critical patient
ordinary hospitalization:
Is a form of hospitalization lasting at least 24 hours that may extend further depending on the type of pathology and treatment needed
Day hospital admission:
When the administration of specific drug therapy to the patient cannot be performed at home
Day surgery admission:
Inpatient mode that lasts as long as it takes to perform surgery or diagnostic procedures under general anesthesia
long-term care:
For patients who after an acute phase of illness present with clinical problems for which continued medical surveillance is necessary

The inpatient and inpatient wards are structured to accommodate patients with special care needs.

The inpatient and hospitalization department for animals with infectious diseases is separate for the safety of all inpatients and in addition:

Each hospitalized patient is monitored by veterinary staff through evaluation of clinical parameters several times a day
staff is present 24 hours a day to continuously ensure adequate patient care and immediate intervention when needed
our boxes have different sizes from the standard to comfortably accommodate even large patients such as Corso and Great Dane dogs

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