Jag

IMG_2488 (1)

 

Species: Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas)

Arrival Date
: November 19, 2020
Stranding Location: Hobe Sound, FL

Initial Weight
: 14.3 lbs.
Current Weight: lbs.

Issue: Buoyancy Disorder

Jag is a juvenile green sea turtle patient that was found floating in the Intracoastal Waterway in Hobe Sound. The turtle has old, healed trauma to its carapace from an unknown cause. Radiographs also revealed an impaction and a large amount of gas in the turtle’s intestines. Jag will receive treatment and will be closely monitored by hospital staff as the buoyancy disorder is treated. Jag’s prognosis is good.

PROGRESS KEY:

Sea_turtle_icon(green) Good Condition
Sea_turtle_icon(yellow)Fair Condition
Sea_turtle_icon(red)Poor Condition

The turtle requires continued treatment but is progressing well.
Sea_turtle_icon(yellow)Minor adjustments have been made to the turtle's treatment.
Sea_turtle_icon(red)The turtle is off all medications.

PROGRESS NOTES:

01/14/2021 -Sea_turtle_icon(green)

01/01/2021 -Sea_turtle_icon(green)Jag’s progress is acceptable and we are continuing the turtle on its current course of treatment. Jag’s buoyancy disorder has improved significantly since admission and the turtle’s prognosis is good.

12/31/2020 -Sea_turtle_icon(green)

12/24/2020 -Sea_turtle_icon(yellow)

12/17/2020 -Sea_turtle_icon(yellow)

12/10/2020 -Sea_turtle_icon(yellow)

12/01/2020 - New Patient