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Open wounds / cuts / grazes (animal open wounds treatment)
Animal open wounds treatment
We have all seen how horses can injure themselves. Some of them are very large injuries, some are smaller. There are also wounds that cannot be sutured and that cause problems for a long time. There is wild meat that keeps causing problems.
We have shown many times that our system is ideal for open wounds. The oxygen disinfects the wound and can penetrate very far into the wounds, which is a much better way of disinfecting than conventional treatments.
One problem is that the wound usually closes very quickly. This means that the treatment has to be optimized in such a way that the wound closes from the inside and not from the outside. There is hardly any other system that aids healing so quickly and the treatment does not hurt. The skin retains its elasticity.
In the case of larger wounds, it is imperative to consult a veterinarian. Again, stronger drugs may need to be used to prevent infection.
Even if the wound has to be sutured, Vetdrop treatment will help. The wound heals in a much faster time than expected.
We have never had any problems with wild meat either. It doesn't seem to be a problem when dealing with this system.
We also found that the amount of white spiked hair showing an injury is much less. That means there is less scarring.
Keywords: animal open wounds treatment
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Renzo, 15 years old, cold blood with squamous cell carcinoma on the flexor tendons of the right cannon bone (4) - What is interesting is that we can show that the scarring is much better than with conventional treatment. This is something that we have seen in many treatments. The hair grows back and the scar is not as obvious as it normally would be. The scars don't hurt either.
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A little bit about our history and why we decided it was worth making Vetdrop