Medical Applications — Granulation
Posted by Stephen Playford on
Animal Wound Care May 2, 2005 This colt was born to be a registered cutting horse. It had been kicked and bitten by a gelding since birth resulting in the wounds as shown. Note: The shear cliff face edges of the wounds and the tunnelling that is occurring. Drains had been inserted into the wounds to extricate moisture from the wounds (these are wounds in progression not regression). Treatment: Use Australian medical sheepskin (AMS) as a dressing changed every day and held in place by a half pair of pyjama pants. Each (AMS) dressing is machine washed in Skinsan detergent and tumble...
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