This is vetdrop
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Vetdrop TDA is deeply effective
The protective layer of the cornea is opened during the application. The picture above shows a flow analysis. This shows how the pure oxygen mixes with the carrier substances in a defined ratio via two inlets and is compressed in the two flow chambers
TDA opens the horny layer (stratum corneum) during application and thus enables deep transport even with larger molecules.
Vetdrop TDA enables the transdermal transport of even large molecules with high local dosage and low systemic exposure.
Vetdrop TDA combats chronic complaints efficiently and avoids the systemic administration of active ingredients that are relevant to side effects.
While conventional topical dosage forms such as plasters or gels are often unable to reach deeper layers of the skin, Vetdrop TDA transports active ingredients into the synovial fluid of the joint and at the same time combats inflammatory, subtopic hypoxia.
The superiority of the system comes into its own when it comes to the administration of larger molecules. In experiments with the Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology, TDA successfully transported “Cyclosporin A” through all layers of the skin. So far, this has not been possible even to a rudimentary basis with any transdermal application system.
Due to the large number of active and active formulations offered for Vetdrop TDA, the range of applications for the system is large. It ranges from the treatment of everyday complaints of the musculoskeletal system (inflammation, strains, fiber tears, muscular complaints) to the treatment of skin problems (eczema, fungi and wounds) to the long-term treatment of manifested degenerative symptoms (arthrosis of the joints).
Comparison of standard with Vetdrop TDA
[Preparation fails in the horny layer]
[TDA reaches deep dermis]
field of use
Nerve irritation and inflammation
Bruises, strains, sprains from
Joints / muscles / tendons
Pain and tension
Follow-up treatment of broken bones
Skin diseases (including eczema,
Vetdrop TDA was developed for veterinarians and professionals from the breeding and sports business. The system makes non-invasive local drug therapy possible for pets and sports animals for the first time. VetdropTDA enables the treatment of degenerative and inflammatory processes in the musculoskeletal system of dogs, cats, horses and other large animals. Classic problems are in the area of the tendons, ligaments and joints, but lymphatic or muscular complaints are also often treated. In addition, the Vetdrop TDA skin and wound therapy a wide range of possible uses in a wide variety of species, including zoo birds and even dolphins.
While the system in the large animal sector is often used in therapy stalls in addition to the large stud farms, which are set up in close cooperation between veterinarian and therapist, in the field of small animal medicine it is aimed directly at veterinarians and practitioners who treat the animals on an outpatient basis in their practice. Some users also use the system for oxygen-based inhalation therapy and as a powerful oxygen source for anesthesia operation - the system has sufficient power to decouple several anesthesia stations from the bottle supply.
Vetdrop TDA is now available in many markets. In addition to the Western European home market, the Gulf region around the Arab Emirates in particular has developed a strong marketUser community found the system especially for preventive Measures in the racing business. Developed for individual customers Vetdrop also ethically oriented therapy concepts and experienced advisory services for gentle and rule-compliant therapy.
Successfully treated animals
Further successfully supported problems & injuries
- Tendons / ligaments / fetlock carriers / bursa
- Bones / periosteum / joints:
- Over legs
- Increase in growth
- Improvement of the hoof quality (elasticity)
- Hoof abscess
- Hoof roll
- Abrasions, injuries
- Eczema, rashes
Prevention / wellness:
- Provilactic tendon treatment to promote elasticity
- Back muscles before or after heavy exercise
- Cut injury
- Ear infections
DogsFurther successfully supported problems & injuries
Anal pouch inflammation
Inflammation of the joints
- Axillary wound
- Abrasion injury
- Sarcoptic mange
- Over leg
camelsFurther successfully supported problems & injuries
- Back problems
- Shoulder problems
- Inflammation of the hoof
- Skin Problems
- Pododermatitis (Bumblefoot)
- Claw treatment
- Inflammation of the joints
- Tissue build-up
cowsFurther successfully supported problems & injuries
- Deep open wounds
- Pneumonia, rehabilitation
- Umbilical inflammation
- Udder health