Case Study: chronic cellulitis in equine hindlimb

Transdermal CO2was used as a primary and adjunctive treatment for a chronic recurrent cellulitis of the left hind limb. It made a significant difference and there have been no further occurrences of cellulitis. The recovery from the cellulitis was dramatic and the horse is performing better and without recurrence of injury. Hoof wall integrity and growth improved.

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Veterinary Transdermal
Case Study: equine focal lesion in the suspensory ligament adjacent to a fractured lateral splint bone as well as significant soft tissue inflammation and thickening.

Transdermal CO2 treatments are likely to be an appropriate adjunctive therapy for treating soft tissue inflammation and distal suspensory ligament injuries to accelerate healing, reduce inflammation, with a result of improved overall lameness scores.

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Case Study: equine osteomyelitis of the navicular bone, septic navicular bursitis and septic tenosynovitis following a puncture wound

The CO2  treatments had a direct effect on the shortened healing time of the tendon sheath wound and reduction of infection.  Through enhanced blood supply, the transdermal CO2 treatments had a remarkable effect on both infection and soft tissue healing.

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