Hello. We have a Doberman and were today at the vet. Now has fortunately been found, it was an abscess. Definitely wurd said, standing in the internet also so that the abscess must mature before to operate. When we got home is out flowed since shortly after the arrival of the TA of all facilities. Well, it turns and 1. the question, it's good that it's been split and is still a need for surgery because anesthesia have finally always a risk, and my second question is, why an abscess must intervene ever before.
I ask only response of people who also have been suggested so far, for that matter.
Thanks in advance!
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Yes, it is good that it is now open, but it should also remain open, so you have to again for TA and drainage have stuck. Ageing: abscesses always run independently from and then heal independently, therefore a certain maturity must be (like a pimple with us) achieved. Where was the abscess, which the TA has meant people having to operate? When the now broken then that was quite superficial, since around a little push from the doctor would have been enough to bring about the rupture of.
When we got home is out flowed since shortly after the arrival of the TA of all facilities.
an abscess is an abscess and if it is not ripe, is still little or no facilities available. Although it is now bursting, the veterinarian should proceed, because the pus really gründilch, or should be completely removed, so long continued pus forms! The wound must be flushed and medical treatment!
The vet I would, however, change because it does not recognize that the Geschür had already reached the necessary maturity and sent you back home.
http: //www.tiermedizinportal.de/tierkrankheiten/hundekrankheiten/abszess-eiterge ...
For the benefit, it is almost always when the abscess comes up I think that the veterinarian has examined and had here and there pressed and home we went on in advance I would have clarified through TA again how far he must again post-treated and then you should therefore rest have