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Review of Wound Management in Raptors
Many topical medications are used to manage open wounds in raptors, including recently developed wound-healing stimulants, though the type of bandage varies according to the uniqueness of avian anatomy.
Cutaneous wound healing in the cat: a macroscopic description and comparison with cutaneous wound healing in the dog.
- M. Bohling, R. Henderson, S. Swaim, S. A. Kincaid, James C. Wright
- Medicine, BiologyVeterinary surgery : VS
- 1 November 2004
Surgeons should view the cat as a unique species, which presents its own special challenges in wound healing, and should take this into account when planning treatment of feline wounds, either by primary closure, or by second intention healing.
Management of hard-to-heal wounds.
Chlorhexidine diacetate and povidone-iodine cytotoxicity to canine embryonic fibroblasts and Staphylococcus aureus.
- I. R. Sanchez, K. E. Nusbaum, S. Swaim, A. Hale, R. Henderson, J. Mcguire
- MedicineVeterinary surgery : VS
- 1 July 1988
All bactericidal concentrations of chlorhexidine diacetate and povidone-iodine were lethal to canine embryonic fibroblasts in vitro, whereas non-lethal concentrations allowed significant bacterial survival.
Surgery of Traumatized Skin: Management and Reconstruction in the Dog and Cat
- S. Swaim
Evaluation of treatment with a pulsed electromagnetic field on wound healing, clinicopathologic variables, and central nervous system activity of dogs.
The PEMF treatment enhanced wound epithelialization in open cutaneous wounds and provided indications of early contraction without significant short-term changes in other variables.
A Comparison of Antimicrobial Efficacy and Tissue Reaction of Four Antiseptics on Canine Wounds
Three concentrations of povidone iodine, chlorhexidine, benzalkonium chloride, and a pluronic polyol were tested for antimicrobial efficacy and tissue reaction in wounds inoculated with Staphyloccocus aureus and were significantly effective in reducing the bacterial population in contaminated wounds when compared to control wounds on the same dog.
Evaluation of Effects of Dietary n-6 to n-3 Fatty Acid Ratios on Leukotriene B Synthesis in Dog Skin and Neutrophils.
Evaluation of effects of dietary n -6 to n - 3 fatty acid ratios on leukotriéne B synthesis in dog skin and neutrophils and the aumento en the proportion of ácidos grasos poli-insatu-rados n-6 a n-3 en the dieta sobre the sintesis of leucotrienos B en the piel del perro y en los neutrófilos.