Background: Most complicated and/or chronic wounds in veterinary medicine present a significant degree of inflammation in conjunction with local or systemic colonization or infection.Aim: To describe the validation of the instillation technique Advanced Management of Veterinary Wounds (MAHVET).Methods: A cross-sectional observational study was carried out to evaluate the validity of the technique. Forty-seven patients were included in the period 2018-2021.Results: 96 % of the patients seen were domestic dogs, bites accounted for almost half of the cases seen (46.81 %). The MAHVET Instillation Technique consists of a constant instillation therapy for management of colonized or infected wounds in veterinary medicine.Conclusions: The MAHVET Instillation Technique is considered a practical, economical tool with enormous benefits in the management of colonized or infected wounds; by using non-adherent interface, dressing removal pain is avoided and, by using antiseptics, damage to the perilesional skin is avoided and pain is reduced locally by instilling local anesthetics in an artisanal manner.

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Published on 08/11/22
Submitted on 08/11/22

Volume Vol. 2, 2022
DOI: 10.56294/saludcyt202271
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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