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Posted on Jan.05, 2012, under Tutorial
Animals, just like people, feel pain when they are injured or sick. However recognizing pain in animals can be difficult because animals do not act the same way that people do when they are in pain. You can play an important role in helping your pet’s pain by learning to recognize some common indicators of pain and discomfort. Physical Signs (change in heart rate, enlarged pupils, heavy breathing, slowed reflexes) and Behavioral Signs (reduced appetite, withdrawn behavior, anxiety, mood or personality changes, irritability etc.)
Because signs of pain can be subtle and difficult to recognize, animals suspected of being in pain are usually treated and watched for improvement. Many animals benefit from treatment with combinations of different types of analgesic drugs, rather than just one type. When analgesic drugs are prescribed in combination, a smaller than usual dose of each can usually provide adequate pain relief. Animals in pain can also have anxiety, so a veterinarian might prescribe an anxiety drug for use after analgesic drugs have been given. If pain relief medication is given consistently for several days, the dose should be decreased gradually rather than stopped abruptly. (continue reading…)
Posted on Dec.17, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
Apply to eyes to provide relief from infections, burning, stinging, itching, pollutants and other foreign materials. Vetericyn could use to prevent and control of outbreak conditions. Also use to clean and soothe eyes from the effect of pink eye. Buy Now
Posted on Nov.29, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
Once your horse has been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, your veterinarian will prepare a course of treatment to your horse. The treatment usually consist of anti inflammation and analgesic to reduce pain. If your horse’s joint/s become severely damaged or if the pain is intense, your veterinarian may recommend surgery.
Symptoms of joint pain include: Swelling, Lameness, Raised foot, Heat (usually felt on the fetlock or joint).
This product specially developed to treat chronic joint and tendon pain in horses. Activex is safe to use daily, it won’t results negative effects. The topical pain relievers work by reducing the transmission of pain signals to CNS by depleting chemical messenger, Capsaicinoids do this by limiting substance P signals. Product Details.
Posted on Nov.15, 2011, under Veterinary Equipment
Water treatment nowadays become alternative way to help your animals treat many conditions using warm water and swim jets. Water treatment, known as Hydrotherapy often used to both the health and fitness of horses and dogs or in the tratment of orthopaedic disease, arthritis, ligament, etc. How it works: the swim jets pushing warm waters and give a soft massage effect increasing blood flow in the skin and muscles.
The water massage system will help patient in increases blood flow, remove waste products, and help cardiovascular activity. Hydrotherapy also can help dogs which require postoperative treatment. (continue reading…)
Posted on Nov.08, 2008, under Misc
BioElectronics Corporation (BIEL.OTCPK) announced today it has reached a market distribution agreement with eMarkets Group, a privately-held, New Jersey company to expand the reach of its technology into the $28 billion market for veterinary services.
BioElectronics miniaturized PEMF technology can be used on pets and horses for a multiple conditions. Some applications include reducing swelling and pain from surgical incisions and enhancing and speeding healing of muscle strains and hoof or claw conditions.