Normally most of the treatments applied using blood transfusion to improve and upgrade the immediate condition of an animal with Tick Fever:
Tick fever can lead to severe Anaemia, while the other types of Anaemia (for example Iron Deficiency Anemia / IDA…etc) also don’t necessarily require blood transfusion, except in the case of heavy bleeding that may need blood transfusion to maintain the body metabolism immediately.
While after a few times of blood transfusion, the condition of the animal will obviously deteriorate, even later on the continuing transfusion of blood would not be able to help to improve the condition of the animal. When in the situation of getting worse, the animal will eventually die because the body condition (metabolism) still couldn’t be improved.
Thus on integrating the effects on various types of other treatment methods, I have further advanced and improved the way of treatment to provide new and modified treatment method in order to tackle the individual physical circumstances of an animal plus the level of being infected by tick fever. Without the need of blood transfusion, the infected animal has a far much more favorable recovery progress in result !
Below are two typical blood test reports being shown, in which they clearly showed the fairly low figures of red blood cells, hemoglobin and platelets, while both cases have well recovered within two weeks in perfect good condition without the need of blood transfusion.