Message Number: FHL6180 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "v.wilber"
Date: 2008-09-30 08:58:07 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Infected incision

I know it sounds rather like going back to the beginning but if there
is a large area of dead skin it will take ages to heal unless it is
removed and two bits of healthy skin joined together, the vet may well
be right and this will be the quickest way to get the wound to heal.

--- In, "kelly_poynor" <kelly_poynor@...>
> The vet I see that wants to leave them in said that a worst case
> scenario would be that at the end of this week, they remove and dead
> skin and re-suture it. I DO NOT want to do this, it would be like he
> would have to start the healing process all over again in the
> affected areas. I just want what's best for him.


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