Corpus ID: 6045926

THE ART OF SHAMPOOS IN VETERINARY DERMATOLOGY: TREATMENT AND PREVENTION STRATEGIES

@inproceedings{Carlotti2003THEAO,
  title={THE ART OF SHAMPOOS IN VETERINARY DERMATOLOGY: TREATMENT AND PREVENTION STRATEGIES},
  author={D. N. Carlotti and Dip ECVD},
  year={2003}
}
  • D. N. Carlotti, Dip ECVD
  • Published 2003
  • Topical therapy (locally acting) is extremely important in the management of many dermatological conditions. Several formulations are available for the prescribing veterinary surgeon: shampoo, lotion, spray, ointment, cream, milk and gel. Choice varies according to the case and must take into account the nature and extent of the lesions, animal’s temperament and owner time available. Shampoos are nowadays widely used by veterinary dermatologists. 

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