There are a number of medical reasons for our animal patients to be admitted to the intensive care unit at Adairsville Animal Hospital. Trauma, certain disease states, and invasive surgery often require the additional monitoring and attention utilized in our intensive care ward. Dr. Amy Johnson has experience and compassion, along with the most advanced monitoring equipment available in veterinary medicine to care for your precious pet. If your furry family member has a medical event that may require intensive care in the Rome, Dalton, Marietta, and Acworth areas of Georgia, you can rest assured they are in capable hands at Adairsville Animal Hospital.
Our intensive care unit includes electrocardiogram (EKG) unit to monitor the electrical activity of the heart of each patient, as well as blood pressure and oxygen levels which are continually observed by Dr. Johnson and her experienced staff. Fluids and pain preventatives are administered as necessary, and blood work can be monitored using our advanced laboratory. Finally, digital x-rays can be taken, which provide internal imaging within a matter of seconds, enabling our doctor to treat immediately as necessary.
Our clients have come to rely on the expertise of our veterinarians and staff at Adairsville Animal Hospital, whether their pet companion is facing a medical emergency requiring intensive care, or a routine wellness visit. Join our animal family today by calling one of our caring team members at Adairsville Animal Hospital.