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Equine Bandaging AS 221
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Standing leg wrap General support Used after exercise For shipping Horses confined to stall rest
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Standing wrap No muscle below carpus or tarsus Need to avoid uneven pressure on tendons Adequate padding under bandage essential
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Bandage materials Padding— “pillow wraps” Sheet cotton Quilted cottons Goes under bandage Thicker is better, in general Avoid wrinkles
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Bandage Wrapped over cotton Various materials— Knit Elastic Flannel Vetrap Polo bandage Fasten with velcro, pins, or tape
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Standing wrap
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Bandaging odd places Hock bandage Figure eight around hock Standing bandage on lower leg to support Extra padding over Achilles tendon
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Hoof bandage
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Bandaging wounds
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Unformatted text preview: Often use gauze or Telfa pads over wound Secure with stretch gauze Cover with cotton More stretch gauze Vetrap, Expandover Can leave in place for 2-3 days, depending on wound Bandaging cautions Avoid excessive tightness Avoid uneven pressure Careful over bony prominences Remove slipping bandages Other types of bandages Spider bandagea method of wrapping which allows for joint motion Pressure bandageto slow bleeding Other forms of leg protection Bell boots Protect coronet band, bulbs of heel Help prevent stepping off front shoes Splint boots Shipping boots Polo bandages Open front jumping boots Skid boots...
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