BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Wound Management and by David Fowler, John M. Williams

By David Fowler, John M. Williams

Handbook of dogs and pussycat wound administration and reconstruction КНИГИ ;ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ НАУКИ Название: guide of canines and tom cat wound administration and reconstruction Автор: Fowler D., Williams J.M. Издательство: BSAVA Год: 1999 Страниц: a hundred and sixty Формат: pdf Размер: sixteen mb Язык: English Краткое описание книги: Руководство по эстетической и пластической хирургии собак и кошек.Скачать c Скачать c zero

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WB Saunders, Philadelphia Swaim S and Henderson R (1997) Small Animal Wound Management. Williams and Wilkins. Baltimore CHAPTER FIVE Open Wound Management John M. g. orthopaedic injuries, thoracic injuries. With any wound a thorough understanding of the principles of wound healing and bacteriology is essential. Wounds can be classified in a number of ways, but from the standpoint of treatment there are essentially only two types of wound: those that have suffered tissue loss and those that have not.

The major dis­ advantage of axial flaps is that Пар designs are re­ stricted to the sites with an extensive direct cutaneous artery. ) Skin grafts Free skin grafts may be of split or full thickness with little or full hair growth, respectively. They may be applied immediately to sterile wound beds with good blood supply, such as regions of the face or on muscular surfaces, or to mature granulation tissue. Variations of free skin grafts include sieve, punch, meshed and strip grafts. ) Pedicled muscle flaps These flaps are used to provide vascularized soft tissue coverage of vital structures and for padding of bony prominences such as the elbow.

Granulation tissue was mature and wound contraction had begun to narrow the diameter of the wound. Wounds without exposure of vital structures, but that have severe contamination or the presence of wound infection, benefit from open wound manage­ ment prior to definitive closure. 11). 10: (a) A linear wound with injury to muscle and exposed bone in a mixed breed dog hit by a car. (b) Initial surgical debridement was followed by wet-to-dry wound dressings. Granulation tissue production, wound contraction and ге-epithelializotion resulted in nearly complete resolution of the wound within 4 weeks.

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