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Open wounds / cuts / grazes (animal open wounds treatment)
Animal open wounds treatment with Vetdrop TDA
Chances of Success: Using the Vetdrop System (based on actual work results) - Very High
The health and well-being of our horses is particularly important to us.
Every horse owner is afraid that his horse will be injured and have an open wound when he goes out to the pasture or in the stable.
If your animal has an open wound, the first thing to do is act quickly and treat the horse's wound. Until Vetdrop was introduced, smaller open wounds were usually disinfected and treated with a wound spray or ointment. Most often, the owner tries to cover the wound so that flies or other small insects do not settle on the wound and further infect it.
Those products expire and you end up with a lot of different products all lying around and success is limited. We all know that wounds heal best when they have access to open air, because the oxygen in the air helps the wounds recover.
With Vetdrop, the oxygen is enough to disinfect and dry the wound. The oxygen does not deteriorate like with the other products. When using Vetdrop products as directed by the veterinarian, who must be consulted especially for larger, deeper wounds, it is usually not even necessary to protect the wound as the rodents do not like the product applied and do not settle on the wound. These Products are all given in very small doses so you don't end up with all sorts of different products lying around.
The healing of open wounds is through the application of Vetdrop greatly accelerated. Besides being a great disinfectant, oxygen activates blood cells and oxygen fights hypoxia.
It is important to keep an eye on the wound, especially if it is a deep wound in an area that cannot be sutured, e.g. B. under the leg. If the wound closes too quickly from above rather than inside, it can open again when you move and cause bleeding. It is therefore important to treat so that the wound closes from the inside out.
There is hardly any system that supports healing in this way.
When an open wound needs suturing, vetdrop will help heal faster.
One of the main advantages of Vetdrop TDA is that the treatment does not cause pain. In this way, the horses do not have any stress and even fall asleep during the treatment. The skin retains its elasticity, which contributes to optimal wound closure. The oxygen disinfects the wound and can penetrate very far into the wounds, which is a much better way of disinfecting than conventional treatments.
You will be in our Treatment reports see that we have always had very good experiences with Vetdrop and that the wound has improved massively after just a few applications.
Even if the wound has to be sutured, Vetdrop treatment will help. The wound heals in a much faster time than expected.
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)
We have to reiterate that it is absolutely necessary to consult a veterinarian when you have a large wound, whether you are an expert or not, if you are not a veterinarian. Antibiotics may also need to be given to prevent infection. Vetdrop is only an aid and must be administered on the instructions of the veterinarian.
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