How to apply a foot bandage

A Lima
Saturday, October 1, 2011

Bandaging is a very common practice for veterinary nurses and when properly applied can provide optimal recovery for a variety of conditions such as cut pads, haemorrhage control and post-surgical interventions. Some care must be taken to assure proper bandaging skills in order to avoid redness, oedema, abrasions and other major complications

How to apply a foot bandage
How to apply a foot bandage

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