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General advice after an operation


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Chances of Success: using the vetdrop system (based on actual work results) High to Very High.

The speed of recovery is significantly increased by the Vetdrop system. The wounds close faster and you can remove the stitches faster than with other treatments. The wound tends to remain soft and pliable and doesn't appear to be as painful. Small white hairs that usually predominate on such wounds are reduced to a minimum, that is, scarring is reduced. There is a significant reduction in so-called wild meat that forms and has to be cut away.  

After an operation, it is often difficult to take care of a wound, and most of the time all you have to do is wait for the wound to close under the plaster. Our experience with vetdrop on open wounds in horses and other animals as well as operated horses shows that the system can definitely contribute to a faster recovery. 

With Vetdrop we can create an open Wound  treat on a horse or other animal in a sterile environment. The wound can be treated directly with gentle pressure, as can the surrounding healthy tissue to aid healing. Oxygen is an excellent one disinfectant and accelerates wound healing. The locally applied oxygen also helps prevent hypoxia, as was seen when Vicky was treated (click here for the treatment journal Vicky). The addition of the appropriate substance also reduces scarring and keeps the skin elastic and supple. The healing time can be shortened by transdermal application and the risk of infection can be minimized.

Does the skin actually take up oxygen? Yes, the outer layers take in oxygen directly from the atmosphere.

Obviously, for reasons of efficiency, the skin should get its oxygen both from the blood and directly from the air. In fact, according to a study by Markus Stucker and his colleagues that was published in the Journal of Physiology, "the upper layers of the skin to a depth of 0,25-0,40 mm are almost exclusively supplied with external oxygen, while the oxygen transport of the blood unites has little impact ". Since the skin itself is able to take in much of the oxygen directly from the air, a higher supply of oxygen helps the cells that need more oxygen. The presence of adequate oxygen is essential for tissue repair and healing. This can also be seen in examples of the treatment of hypoxic wounds in our treatment journals, e.g. Aurelio - yearling with chron. hypergranulating wound passed by the animal hospital Zurich.

It can also help with the treatment of chronic wounds, but what is known as a wound lung must be created here. The wound area is covered with a waterproof bandage, creating a moist gas space from which the cells of the wound bed can draw sufficient oxygen for hours. This is done with hemoglobin as a diffusion enhancer. (Original work WKRBarnikol, A. Teslenko, H Pötzschke)

Injuries to tendons, ligaments and muscles definitely regenerate faster when using the appropriate substance. The rehabilitation time is shortened in favor of the animal.

Bone damage is a little more difficult to predict. We ourselves have little experience with this, with the exception of successfully treated over-legs on the cannon bone, which have completely regressed. For this topic we refer to the studies of the University of Zurich.

However. What is clear is that Vetdrop does not replace the veterinarian, but the owner must ALWAYS follow the regime of the doctor or clinic in order to achieve full health, but at least we can do something positive to help our loved ones.


Comment on the treatment journals - please read first, this will make the contents and examples easier to understand - please click on this line to read

Examples too open Wound  for a horse or other animal - please click on the text below to be forwarded to the examples:

Annual medical report of the Sandgrueb Foundation's rehabilitation ward - Vetdrop treatments

Cat abrasion injury

Collar wound cat

Hot spot dog

Open itchy sore dog

Abrasion / cut injury to dog

Wound healing after sarcoid removal

Reference Ms. Dr Karina Klein on wound healing

Comment from Dubai

Videos - please click on the text below to be forwarded to the videos:

NDR Schleswig-Holstein magazineNDR Schleswig-Holstein magazine

Life PR - alternative and effective therapy for osteoarthritis, joint inflammation, tendon injuries and open wounds

Veterinarians in action - Regio TV Schwaben - You TubeVeterinarians in action - Regio TV Schwaben - You Tube


Vetdrop Studies University of Zurich

Click here for a summary of Professor Dr. Brigitte von Rechenberg to arrive


A little bit about our history and why we decided it was worth making Vetdrop

First attempts in 2005 were very promising. Read more here.

Success table German and origin of Vetdrop - with the first treatment table



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