Successful Treatment of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infected Wound in an Obese Patient Product: L-Mesitran OintmentCase study done by: Milias K , Nikolaidis D, Karamanlidis A,Anastasiadis H, Vakalis I, Anemoulis P; surgeons at…
Burn injuries can be traumatic, especially when they affect young children. When it comes to treating burn injuries in paediatric patients, a variety of approaches can be considered. However, the use of L-Mesitran is proven to be a safe and effective option.
A feline was brought in after dental surgery. Our products proved to be aiding in the healing process.
A 9-year-old dog was first presented to the clinic with gastrointestinal (GI) problems. Ultrasonography revealed a modified stomach wall, no peristaltic activity, hepatomegaly, and intestinal loops without content.
An adult female dog was presented to the clinic with a large burn present on her lower back as a result of hot frying oil. The burn stretched all the way from one side to the other and covered the entire lower back of the animal.
An adult male dog was presented to the on-call service with a swollen mass on the medial side of the tarsal area. It was described as a warm and painful mass containing a fistula, and blood and pus were subsequently removed from the mass.
Bela, a 5-year-old female Anatolian shepherd was presented in the clinic with a large facial crust of unknown cause. Due to the extent of the crust, delayed primary intention was considered to remove the crust through debridement. Once healthy granulation covered the wound bed, flap surgery was performed.
An adult male dog called Django was presented to the on-call service with a gunshot wound on the right hind limb. The dog was not known to have an owner and therefore had an unknown medical history.
A 1.5-year-old dog was presented to the clinic with soft tissue and bone lesions at the lower extremity of the right hind limb, traumatic in origin.
An adult (42 years), white male, was admitted as an emergency in a hospital in South Africa with an accidental burn sustained to the right upper extremity, including hand after falling into an uncontrolled fire.