Case Studies A | B | C | D | E | F | G

 

Case Study A
Six-year-old quarter horse gelding received a massive traumatic wound to the upper left leg and brisket area after attempting to jump over an iron gate. Wound of the Six-year-old quarter horse gelding after 8 weeks of treatment with Woundade. Note the near healing of the massive wound with no evidence of permanent damage to muscles, or skin over the affected area.
Case Study B
Four-year-old quarter horse gelding received multiple wounds of the upper right leg and brisket area after running into a barbed wire fence. Wound of the four-year-old quarter horse gelding after 6 weeks of treatment with Woundade with nearly complete healing of the wounds.
Case Study C
Two-year-old quarter horse gelding injured both sides of the lower neck by a barbed wire fence. Wound lesions of the lower neck of the two-year-old gelding after 6 weeks of treatment with Woundade.
The same two-year-old quarter horse gelding with another barbed wire cut of the upper left foreleg. Wound lesion of the upper left foreleg of the two-year-old quarter horse gelding after 6 weeks of treatment with Woundade.
Case Study D
Twelve-year-old saddle horse mare received a massive traumatic wound of the lower left neck to under the brisket area after running into an iron gate. Wound of the twelve-year-old saddle horse mare after 4 weeks treatment with Woundade . Note the contraction of the wound, no evidence of infection or granulation tissue, and the white line is the epithelization to replace lost skin and hair. Wound of the twelve-year-old saddle horse mare after 8 weeks treatment with Woundade . Note the near healing of wound which went on to heal with nearly no evidence of the previous trauma.
Case Study E
Injured foreleg of the 2-year-old colt after excessive granulation tissue was removed and before treatment. Injured foreleg of the 2-year-old colt 8 weeks after the start of treatment. Note the growth of new skin and hair with near closure of the large wound. The 2-year-old colt in winning circle after a life threatening wound to the left foreleg healed.
Case Study F
Before Woundade One week after Woundade After