1 thought on “Can pet dogs be cured after DIC?”

  1. It should not be cured.
    State -in -vascular coagulation (DIC) is a hemorrhaled disease that is caused by a severe complication caused by many life -threatening diseases, which can cause the natural coagulation mechanism of the body and the natural mechanism of the natural mechanism of the blood clot. In other words, a truly sick patient began to develop symptoms of abnormal bleeding and abnormal coagulation at the same time, and eventually led to severe condition and death.
    Prior to the emergence of DIC, the sick pet must have had serious problems. Typical cases related to DIC include internal tissue death, extensive inflammation, red blood cell destruction, poor circulation, and loss of particle material or vascular integrity in the blood.

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