Heavy lameness and swelling in the area of the rear left limb. Wound of approx 7 cm. Necrotic and purulent tissue.

Therapy: surgical cleaning and peroxide, local antibiotic for 7 days and tamponade with gauzes soaked with Hypermixvet® oily formulation.

At home, under medical direction, the owners continued applying at first cotton gauzes soaked with Hypermixvet® oily formulation and later Hypermixvet® Medicated Gauzes when loss of material decreased. 

Today, light lameness persists (degree 1 of 5)

Course: 40 days

HOWTO

Some animals exhibit more than one wound, notably in bite sounds.
Wounds range from extensions to minor traumatic bite wounds, accidental in various body parts and infested with fly larvae (myiasis).
All types of wounds must be treated daily solely with Hypermixvet®, beforehand wash with saline solution or water and neutral soap (Marseilles) and removing necrosis.

DO NOT use any type of disinfectant since they are excessively harmful and slow down the wound healing process.

To avoid self-inflicted traumatisms, animals that demonstrate rage towards their wounds are advised to be fitted with protective collars.
At the discretion of the healing veterinarian, depending on the gravity and extent of the wound, administer systemic antibiotic therapy according to practices.

All wounds must be treated with Hypermixvet® in an oily formulation; in this manner, the inflammatory phase can be resolved in 5+2 days.

Subsequently, in the granulation phase, it is advised to use Hypermixvet® in a gel cream formulation on the entire wounded surface until it is completely healed.

In multiple documented clinical cases, the symmetrical and orderly advancement of reepithelisation margins and in those in which the trauma has saved fragments of attached cutaneous (bottom of the sweat glands and/or sebaceous glands and hair follicles) appear to be islands of epithelisation that have accelerated the reepithelisation process.
The final scar has never shown exaggerated fibrotic shrinkage, and even in very extensive sounds, there has been observations of reconstruction of hair covering at the level of the area least traumatized.
In intensive fly larvae wounds, there have been no encounters of new generations of larvae, despite the fact that animals continued to live in their usual habitat where trauma has occurred (e.g. shepherd dogs).
Daily Hypermixvet® application has always been easy due to its complete lack of painful reactions after application. There have been no documented cases of adverse local or general reactions.

Hypermixvet®, applied once or twice a day, being the only product on external traumatic wounds and dog bites, has shown that it possesses the characteristics of a remedy that is MULTIFUNCTIONAL and able to promote the physiological performance of the cicatricial phase without having to use other therapeutic remedies.

Hypermixvet® is disliked by flies that colonize wounds, allowing for the same to be managed even during critical periods (summer seasons, poor hygienic-sanitary conditions).
It can be successfully used in clinical practice for managing all injuries, even those of great extend that are severely complex, which could endanger the animal's survival. 

PHOTO GALLERY
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Treatment of a soft tissue wound located in the ventral surface of the rostrum of a 1 year old Bottlenose Dolphin Calf (Tursiops truncatus). Courtesy of Zoomarine, Rome, Italy, Veterinary staff. 

Course: 1 month.

HOWTO

Some animals exhibit more than one wound, notably in bite sounds.
Wounds range from extensions to minor traumatic bite wounds, accidental in various body parts and infested with fly larvae (myiasis).
All types of wounds must be treated daily solely with Hypermixvet®, beforehand wash with saline solution or water and neutral soap (Marseilles) and removing necrosis.

DO NOT use any type of disinfectant since they are excessively harmful and slow down the wound healing process.

To avoid self-inflicted traumatisms, animals that demonstrate rage towards their wounds are advised to be fitted with protective collars.
At the discretion of the healing veterinarian, depending on the gravity and extent of the wound, administer systemic antibiotic therapy according to practices.

All wounds must be treated with Hypermixvet® in an oily formulation; in this manner, the inflammatory phase can be resolved in 5+2 days.

Subsequently, in the granulation phase, it is advised to use Hypermixvet® in a gel cream formulation on the entire wounded surface until it is completely healed.

In multiple documented clinical cases, the symmetrical and orderly advancement of reepithelisation margins and in those in which the trauma has saved fragments of attached cutaneous (bottom of the sweat glands and/or sebaceous glands and hair follicles) appear to be islands of epithelisation that have accelerated the reepithelisation process.
The final scar has never shown exaggerated fibrotic shrinkage, and even in very extensive sounds, there has been observations of reconstruction of hair covering at the level of the area least traumatized.
In intensive fly larvae wounds, there have been no encounters of new generations of larvae, despite the fact that animals continued to live in their usual habitat where trauma has occurred (e.g. shepherd dogs).
Daily Hypermixvet® application has always been easy due to its complete lack of painful reactions after application. There have been no documented cases of adverse local or general reactions.

Hypermixvet®, applied once or twice a day, being the only product on external traumatic wounds and dog bites, has shown that it possesses the characteristics of a remedy that is MULTIFUNCTIONAL and able to promote the physiological performance of the cicatricial phase without having to use other therapeutic remedies.

Hypermixvet® is disliked by flies that colonize wounds, allowing for the same to be managed even during critical periods (summer seasons, poor hygienic-sanitary conditions).
It can be successfully used in clinical practice for managing all injuries, even those of great extend that are severely complex, which could endanger the animal's survival. 

PHOTO GALLERY
WARNING: CONTAINS IMAGES THAT MAY DISTURB SOME VIEWERS