The treatment plan will depend on the underlying cause of the disease and whether or not there is kidney failure. If the obstruction is causing serious damage, for example, it may require surgery. Fluid therapy is typically needed to restore electrolyte deficits.
Depending on the diagnosis and the treatment plan, your veterinarian may want you to bring your ferret in for blood tests from time to time to monitor its progress. Its prognosis will depend on the underlying cause and whether or not the animal is suffering from an infection.
Waste in the blood; may also be referred to as uremic poisoning.
The tubular shaft found between the kidneys and the bladder
An in-depth examination of the properties of urine; used to determine the presence or absence of illness
The prediction of a disease’s outcome in advance
A medical condition involving excessive thirst
The dilation of the pelvis due to obstruction of urine
The actions involved in tying something
Blood in the urine