Bandaging products and topical therapeutics: a summary review
Keywords:Wounds management, bandaging products, topical therapeutics, wildlife rehabilitation
One of the most important aspects of wildlife rehabilitation is successful wound management. Wounds come in a vast diversity of types, including abrasions, lacerations, partial and full thickness wounds, punctures, abscesses, chronic
wounds and burns, to name just a few. To properly treat a wound, it is imperative to understand not only the type of wound being treated and the mechanics of how the wound occurred and will hopefully heal, but also the products and
supplies available to facilitate healing.
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