Proud-Aid Wound Care Treatment Horse 100g

Proud-Aid Wound Care Treatment for Horses in 100g offers effective healing and protection for horse wounds, ensuring their well-being during the summer season.

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Proud-Aid Wound Care Treatment Horse 100g

Proud-Aid is a front-line wound care product for horses that aids in the prevention and treatment of proud flesh. It is a smooth-textured paste that is easy to apply and dries quickly without the need for bandaging.

Exuberant Granulation "Proud Flesh": Proud flesh tissue is commonly encountered in horses and can significantly delay wound healing. Factors that contribute to the development of proud flesh include a relatively poor blood supply to the distal limb, local tissue hypoxia, infection, movement, and chronic irritation attributable to topical irritants.

Key Benefits:

  • Helps in preventing and treating proud flesh
  • Aids in the treatment of scratches, wire cuts, mud fever, skin irritations, and other skin disorders in horses
  • Smooth paste that is non-irritant to the horse
  • Protects from gross contamination and invasive dirt from entering the wound
  • Can be used without bandaging
  • Concentrated formulation that is safe to use for extended periods
  • Safe on pregnant mares

Ingredients:

  • 344g/Kg Calcium Hydroxide
  • 20g/Kg Copper Sulphate (as copper sulphate pentahydrate)

How To Use:

  1. Debride the area to facilitate a small amount of blood.
  2. Wash and dry the area, then apply Proud-Aid.
  3. Allow Proud-Aid to dry, then wrap with a non-stick pad.
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 every day for one week, then every third day until healed.

Bandaging is not necessary but recommended for severe injuries and certain conditions. Depending on the development of proud flesh, change the bandage every day, every 2nd day, or every 3rd day. Apply Proud-Aid immediately after washing and drying using a non-stick pad in direct contact with the wound, then bandage. Proud-Aid adheres best to dry wounds just after washing with an anti-bacterial solution then patted dry. If a trace of Proud-Aid is still present, it will not damage the healthy tissue, so this allows the application of fresh Proud-Aid to be applied over the top.

Safety Precaution:

It is important to treat any infection BEFORE USING Proud-Aid. Proud-Aid rapidly improves healing time by creating the perfect wound bed. If infections are not treated and cleaned up, the wounds may abscess.

Should not be applied directly to the bone. Full thickness wounds (through to bone) only heal after the formation of a granulation bed. Granulation tissue begins three to six days after injury.

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Animal Type Horse
Breed Size 89lbs Plus