Especially the treatment of wounds, amazed by the larvae of Wohlfahrtia magnifica, in dogs
AbstractThe article presents data of research concerning the characteristics of the treatment of wounds affected by the larvae of the fly Wohlfahrtia magnifica. One of the conditions for effective treatment of such wounds is to remove all larvae, cutting of dead tissue correction of the formed pockets and oppression of pathogenic microorganisms on the surface and in the depth of the wound. The larvae are well adapted to parasitism in animal tissues, have highly developed Piratov hooks and small spines all over the body, which help them to remain in the tissue and gradually penetrate deeper. Larvae wolferton flies much damage tissue and cause the appearance of purulent wounds dolgonosova, this pathology is not only parasitological, and one of the problems of veterinary surgery. A necessary condition for effective treatment is removal of all larvae, cutting of dead tissue correction of the formed pockets and oppression of pathogenic microorganisms on the surface and in the depth of the wound. Experimental comparison of different schemes of treatment of wounds, amazed by the larvae of Wohlfahrtia magnifica, and also proved the high efficiency of complex treatment regimens with the use of solution decasino and ointment levomikol in this pathology.
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