Now in its third edition equine wound management is the authoritative resource for both theoretical and practical information on the care of wounds in horses the most comprehensive resource on managing equine wounds organized by body region over 750 color photographs. Wounds are frequently encountered in equine practice and come in all shapes and sizes many based on their location or degree of lameness require immobilisation radiographs and referral a sound knowledge of anatomy is essential to fully appreciate factors which may complicate wound healing in this article we will look at management of wounds which are not over a synovial structure or over a bone with accompanying severe lameness which would raise suspicion of a fracture. Depth because of the abundance of information on wound physiology and management now available consequently the equine wound management textbook is an essential reference for equine veterinarians because it provides readers with state equine wound management. Nurses play a huge role in equine wound care and management this role is vital at every stage of the process from the initial assessment and work up of the patient treatment including the application of dressings monitoring and nursing care through to discharging the patient back into the owners care. Wound management in the horse and other animals equine by 01 july 2013 at 1200am martin jennings of horseware discusses wound treatment and the use of hypochlorous solutions horses are incredibly prone to traumatic injury unfortunately their surrounding environment is rarely clean and it is not possible to subject horses to bed rest however reduction of wound contamination and
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