FOR VETERINARIANS

Referral to Radcats is an easy and effective way to treat feline hyperthyroid patients.

Cats are treated every Monday except Holidays.  To have your patient treated, please print and fax the Radcat Referral Form or fill out the convenient online referral at least 7 days prior to the date of treatment.
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You should instruct your client to call us to schedule their treatment once all your referral information is submitted.

PHONE:  (919) 967-9261

TOLL FREE: (877) Radcats

FAX: (919) 929-5719

email: radcats@theanimalhospital.biz

 

Please fill out the convenient online referral at least 7 days prior to the date of treatment.

Client Name (required)

Patient Name (required)

Patient Age (only numbers, required)

Client Phone Number (required)

Alternate Client Phone Number (required)

Client email (required)

 

Referring DVN Name(required)

Hospital Address(required)

Hospital Phone Number(required)

Alternate Hospital Phone Number(required)

Clinic or Veterinarian email (required)

 

All cats referred must be current on vaccines to receive treatment. FVRCP must be current within 2 years. Rabies must be current per state Rabies laws.

FVRCP Due Date(required)

Rabies Due Date(required)

Initial Diagnostics Date(required)

Highest Measured T-4(required)
(Please send absolute values - no greater values)

 

Patient Questions

Cat´s Body Condition
 Normal Thin Very Thin

Heart rate and rhythm
 Normal Abnormal Murmur Present Grade
Grade: /IV

Renal Disease
 None Mild Moderate Severe

Thyroid Mass Present
 Yes No

If yes, what size (in cm) is the mass?

Right Side: cm

Left Side: cm

 

Is this pet currently on any medication?
(Please list medication (s) and dosage)

 

Required Diagnosis for treatment. (Must be performed within the last 30 days)
 CBC / Chemistry Panel / T-4 Urianalysis

Optional diagnostics performed at your hospital
 Chest X-Rays ECG Echo Blodd Pressure Other

Other:

Has this pet had any recent injuries or illnesses that were medically or surgically managed?

Anything specific we should know about this pet to make his visit more pleasant and successful?

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