"Both of you better go home in the afternoon," I said to
the two young adults who kept yawning as I discussed the
case of the Maltese that urinated dark red urine. I
guess a Maltese peeing blood in the urine is not
exciting as the dog belonged to somebody else.
- 4620. A Maltese pees thick
dark red urine. Why?
"I stayed up late
to produce the video," the young lady said. "It is a
good video," I commented as she showed it on the
monitor, "The hook is missing." The hook is the image of
a bottle of dark red blood and that image was with her
classmate. This was her first draft. I asked her to
e-mail it to me.
The final draft will need to include
the hook, the X-rays and urine test results which I had
created and more text. How to make it interesting to the
pet owner is the challenge.
I asked the two students to tell me the difference
between cystitis, lower urinary and upper urinary tract
infections. I hope this case study will make their
lessons on urinary diseases much more alive and
interesting when they go back to the Polytechnic soon.