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Suspected allergic reaction to penicillamine in mute swans



Suspected allergic reaction to penicillamine in mute swans



Veterinary Record 140(17): 464-464



Two adult mute swans (Cygnus olor) with suspected lead poisoning were treated symptomatically until lead poisoning was confirmed. Both were then given sodium calcium edetate at 40 mg/kg i.m. twice daily and penicillamine tablets at 55 mg/kg twice daily. Both developed severe respiratory distress and extensive pitting oedema of the head, submandibular area and neck 24 h later. Mucous membranes were cyanosed with decreased capillary filling time.

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