Collaclot and Pet First aid for bleeding

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Ear Injuries

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Ear injuries are a common issue in many animals, particularly cats due to their adventurous nature. They may catch their ears while climbing fences or during disputes with other animals, leading to cuts. The challenge with ear injuries is the significant amount of blood that can be produced. The flowing blood can enter the ear, causing discomfort and leading to the animal shaking its head, which in turn can exacerbate the wound and prolong bleeding.

COLLACLOT™ is an ideal solution for such injuries. You can apply a piece of COLLACLOT™ over and around the ear, ensuring it covers the wound site. It can then be held in place, allowing it to stop the bleeding and simultaneously promote healing. Once the COLLACLOT™ is in place and the bleeding has ceased, you can secure it further using a conventional or cohesive bandage. The wound is then safely covered, the bleeding controlled, and the animal can be transported to the vet.

Without using COLLACLOT™, you could still manage the wound using different bandages, but the immediate promotion of healing and bleeding control provided by COLLACLOT™ is its key advantage. Once the wound is secure and the bleeding has stopped, it's important to get the animal to the vet promptly. The veterinary professionals can then take over, potentially stitching the wound and setting the animal on the path to recovery.