With the success of the Treat Eezi Community Bed Pad on patients suffering Stages 3 & 4 open wounds we were asked by the Veterinary fraternity to help heal a very large abscess on a three legged sheep name Eustace who was suffering from a wound on his sternum. The degree of the sore/abscess was a Stage 2 which, before using the Treat Eezi, was not getting better. After 3/4 weeks of having the Treat Eezi sewn into the jacket which Eustace was wearing daily the abscess healed significantly.
As with humans, we know there is a major problem with tissue breakdown and abscesses in animals and therefore we have decided to market a smaller pad suitable for most animal beds. Measuring 40cm x 50cm this ample pad should fit nicely in any pet bed to ensure pressure relief is given during sleep/rest.
Obviously in the case of Eustace the sheep, it was deemed more beneficial to have the Treat Eezi material on direct contact all the time.
Although the pet pad is a specific size designed for small animals we do have larger pads available for larger animals suffering abscesses.
Available in :
3 layers – for weights up to 108k/17 stone
4 layers – for weights up to 159k/21 stone
Vapour permeable cover suitable for both 3 or 4 layer pads
http://www.vetmed.auburn.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/C-17-Decubitus-Ulcers-in-Animals-1997.pdf S.F. Swain et al
Support surfaces for treating pressure ulcers. Elizabeth McInnes, Asmara Jammali=Blasi, Sally EM Bell-Syer, Vennessa Leung. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. DOI:10.1002/14651858.CD009490.pub2. 11 October 2018.
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** The animal/pet beds featured in the images are not available for purchase, this is for reference only as the Treat Eezi Seat Pad needs to be used on top of a foam surface.