Bruno . . .

Case Study submitted by Andrew Turkell, DVM, CVA, CCRT: Calusa Veterinary Center -

Boca Raton, FL.

 

Bruno is a 10-year, 5-month neutered male Labrador Retriever presented to our Hyperbaric Center for

non-healing, deep dog bite wounds to both rear legs.  

 

Both legs had multiple surgeries that dehisced over 10 weeks prior to being referred for hyperbarics.  All wounds cultured atypical mycobacterium sp.

 

We added to the otherwise normal wound treatment protocol of wet to dry bandaging every 3-4 days, HBOT BID treatments at 2 ATA for 45 minutes 5 days a week

 

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PRE HBOT

POST HBOT - 15 Tx

Midnight
Jack
Pebbles
Athena
Fred
Prometheus
Chemical Burn
Envenomation
Thermal Burn
GI Bleed
Diskospondylitis
Neck Trauma
Will
Boa
Tuti
Buddy
Bruno
Carson
Zada
Lily
Mass Removal
Bite & Kidney
Peritonitis
Dog Bite
Dog Fight
Rat Bites
Severe Burn
Necrotic Wound

HBOT

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