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A review and practical guide to the management of canine and feline bite wounds

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A review and practical guide to the management of canine and feline bite wounds

Bite wounds are frequently seen in small animal practice. The severity of these bite wounds can vary greatly, and management of such cases can in some instances be complex. A review of relevant literature surrounding bite wounds in small animals is presented. Bite wounds themselves are frequently not representative of deeper trauma, therefore surgical management of bite wounds is recommended. With consideration to the specific anatomical regions most frequently affected by bite wounds, management of bite wounds is discussed to optimise outcome.

Vol 8 - Issue 1
Written by Andrew Phillips DipECVS MRCVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
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A review and practical guide to the management of canine and feline bite wounds

A review and practical guide to the management of canine and feline bite wounds

Bite wounds are frequently seen in small animal practice. The severity of these bite wounds can vary greatly, and management of such cases can in some instances be complex. A review of relevant literature surrounding bite wounds in small animals is presented. Bite wounds themselves are frequently not representative of deeper trauma, therefore surgical management of bite wounds is recommended. With consideration to the specific anatomical regions most frequently affected by bite wounds, management of bite wounds is discussed to optimise outcome.

All our Tutored Online CPD Courses are written and taught by an expert in the relevant field. The tutor for this course is:

Andrew Phillips DipECVS MRCVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery

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