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Bandaging Material for Animals
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In this category, you will find bandaging material for animals including compresses, gauze and conforming bandage, and plasters and padding for setting wraps. Discover ideal bandaging material for small and large animals in our online shop.
Bandaging Material for Diverse Use in Veterinary Medicine
Bandaging material for animals are considered some of the most frequently used consumables in veterinary medicine. Among the various uses, they serve to protect, stabilise, secure and compress injured limbs. Which bandaging material finds use depends upon the type of injury to be treated.
Bandaging materials can be organised into the following subcategories:
Mesh and Tubular Bandages for Protecting Surgical Wounds
Tubular bandages with a mesh-like tissue are primarily used as a protective cover for wraps so that they will remain secure and keep the animal from gnawing at them. Furthermore, tubular bandages are used for covering surgical wounds and fit quite snug on the animal's body. Mesh bandages have holes so that the animal's extremities can be lead through them. This prevents the wraps from sliding.
Plasters and Tapes for Animals
Plasters and tapes are available in various styles and are used to cover smaller cuts and abrasions or even to secure intravenous catheters in small animal medicine. Kinesiology tapes for veterinary physiotherapy, as well as claw tapes and hoof bandages are also used in veterinary medicine for therapeutic purposes.
Padding for Lining Animal Wraps
Padding and wadding material is used in order to prevent pressure points beneath wraps. They are quite absorbent and breathable so that excess secretions can be soaked up by the padding, while preventing the animal from sweating beneath the wrap.
Sterile & Non-Sterile Compresses for Veterinary Wound Treatment
Depending on the requirement, sterile or non-sterile compresses are used. Contaminated wounds that do not require the use of sterile materials can be cleaned and covered with non-sterile wound covers. In combination with wound irrigation solutions or disinfecting ointments, non-sterile compresses reduce the risk of infection in the injured tissue and thereby support wound healing. Sterile compresses are used for covering puncture points on joints and tendons or for protecting surgical wounds. They prevent the puncture site and/or wound from being contaminated by pathogens.
Gauze and Conforming Bandages for Veterinary Treatments
Gauze and conforming bandages are used for securing wound covers such as the sterile and non-sterile compresses. Self-adhesive retaining bandages provide wound covers with a secure hold without making additional fastening necessary. The bandages find multiple uses in veterinary medicine, depending on the wound that is to be treated. With help of gauze and confroming bandages, you can apply compression, support, protective and medicated bandages.
Compression Bandages for Veterinary Compression Therapy
These bandages have compressing properties and are used for venous and lymphological disorders. Compression wraps, for example, serve as support during lymphatic drainage in horses. The bandages are secured with the help of adhesive tape, as skin staples present too high of a risk of injury to the animal.
Sterile & Non-Sterile Swabs for Veterinary Medicine
The swabs that are made of fibrous materials and used for treating and covering wounds are available as sterile and non-sterile consumables. Swabs are extremely absorbent and are, therefore, used for soaking up blood and other secretions inside and outside of the operating theatre. They are non-linting and do not adhere to the wound, preventing further tissue traumatisation during cleaning.
Conveniently Purchase Veterinary Bandaging Material
Whether for covering wounds or securing compresses - with Praxisdienst, you can purchase high-quality bandaging material for animals at affordable prices.
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