Coprophagia And Scatolia In Demented Elderly Residents - pg.2 | allnurses

Coprophagia And Scatolia In Demented Elderly Residents - page 2

Professionals who work with residents of nursing homes, memory care units, assisted living facilities, geriatric psychiatric centers, and other types of long term care settings experience a mixture... Read More

  1. Visit  BostonTerrierLoverRN profile page
    Nasal Crustaceans!!

    So,... I'm guessing "Nasal Crustaphagia"

    (gonna go boil my mouth out now!)
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  2. Visit  GLORIAmunchkin72 profile page
    'Nasal Crustaceans!!'

    It sounds crusty!
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  3. Visit  EsthyLady profile page
    @ [COLOR=#003366]CherylRNBSN, quite frankly, a pathetic reason for putting your pet down. In animals, it can mean a nutritional deficiency (at least according to my vet). Also, never met that a dog that doesn't sometimes do it. ITA with the rest of your statement that it would be better to be medicated than eating or smearing feces.
    Last edit by EsthyLady on Oct 5, '13 : Reason: missing info

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