Madi – Canine Wound Case Study uses StemWrap


Case Overview of Madi, 6-year-old Goldendoodle treated with StemWrap for a non-healing wound.

     AniCell Company Overview

AniCell is an Arizona-based Biotech that extends the ACTIVE life of animals using amniotic material to create all-natural regenerative treatments for veterinarians to treat tissue-related injuries.  Unlike our service-based competitors who harvest tissue by creating wounds to cure wounds or big pharma drugs which treat symptoms, AniCell produces, with no harm to animals, affordable, field-ready products available the same day as diagnosis.  This is a case using our CanisCell StemWrap product line.

     Case Description – Canine Leg Wound

Madi is a 6-year-old Goldendoodle who in October of 2016, was viciously attacked by a dog.  Madi had massive lacerations to her left rear leg and after multiple surgeries, what referred to Southern California Veterinary Specialty Hospital.  When she was referred in December, she had a nasty infection which included Enterococcus, Enterobacter, and Escherichia Coli. After 6 weeks of tie over bandages with Manuka honey or Calcium Alginate pads, the wound was at a standstill and wasn’t getting any smaller.

On February 8th, 2017, the measured 63cm2.  Dr. Adam Gassel and Dr. Gail Donner treated the wound one time with CanisCell StemWrap and injected StemWrap+ in the healthy tissue around the wound.

The dog was brought back on February 13th for a bandage change. At that visit, the wound measured 42.5cm2 and the tissue looked so much healthier.

Finally, on February 15th, the wound measured 35.25cm2 and in just 8 days had decrease 61% so that it could be closed after a month and a half of being at a standstill.

Treatment – February 8th, 2017 – Day 0 Measured 63cm2

Bandage Change – February 13th, 2017 – Day 5 Wound Measurement 42.5cm2

Inspection – February 15th, 2017 – Day 7 Wound Measurement 38.255cm2  prior to surgical closure of the wound.

Checkup – April 20th, 2017 – Day 72

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