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    I may have missed this question but, if you have an SP tube should you rinse the urethra? i've never squirted anything into my urethra.

    Hi Rollin,

    The answer is no. If you use a supra pubic catheter, just inject the Vetericyn VF directing into your catheter and clamp off for ten to fifteen minutes. Use in the urethra if you use a Foley or IC.

    Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millard View Post
    I may have missed this question but, if you have an SP tube should you rinse the urethra? i've never squirted anything into my urethra.

    Hi Rollin,

    The answer is no. If you use a supra pubic catheter, just inject the Vetericyn VF directing into your catheter and clamp off for ten to fifteen minutes. Use in the urethra if you use a Foley or IC.

    Good luck.
    thanks...............

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    I find it easier to just leave the 60cc syringe in the end of the catheter with the plunger pushed all the way down (I have a SP), rather than clamping it off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WPDaggy View Post
    I find it easier to just leave the 60cc syringe in the end of the catheter with the plunger pushed all the way down (I have a SP), rather than clamping it off.
    I have supra pubic catheter (Bardex latex foley). How do you insert the syringe into the catheter and keep it there? I put the tip of the syringe into the "bell" of the catheter, but the tip of the syringe is a lot smaller than the "bell" of the catheter (not a water tight seal) and the "bell" of the catheter won't stretch over the syringe to create a seal. I don't "clamp" the catheter, I use a catheter plug, similar to the one at this link:
    http://www.allegromedical.com/urolog...g-p188657.html

    All the best,
    GJ

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    Any recommendations on who to buy from if you live in Canada (westcoast)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klymir View Post
    Any recommendations on who to buy from if you live in Canada (westcoast)?
    I ordered this stuff from here http://www.thatpetplace.com/pet/index.web but for some reason when I try to find it on their site now it's not there anymore. I've emailed them to see if they don't carry it anymore or what happened. I ordered it and had it in less than 3 weeks - no custom issues or anything.

    I am using it on Bill's pressure sore - he's had 2 rotation flaps on them but a few stitches came apart and I could still feel a little tunneling present when I stuck the cue-tip inside. I am not exaggerating this stuff is amazing. I ordered the spray gel and spray it right into the cavity I am dressing. I also massage it over the whole area to clean and toughen up the skin. I am stunned at how well this is working. I've been coming to CC for over 13 years and Bill and I could write a book about what we do and do not know about pressure sores but this has been without a doubt one of the best "medicines/treatments" we've worked with.

    I'll try and find out what happened at the place I ordered from and let you know. In the mean time I found this place http://www.horseloverz.com/Vetericyn...pr-565528.html you can try !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klymir View Post
    Any recommendations on who to buy from if you live in Canada (westcoast)?
    It has been said before, with free shipping:

    http://www.bigalsonline.ca/Dogs_Heal...tml?tc=default
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    Vetericyn in Canada

    I'm hearing that Vetericyn is now available in Canada at over a hundred retail outlets. You can call 1-866-318-3116 and ask where the nearest place is for you. Or you can go to their website, www.vetericyn.com and hit the "store locater" tab, then hit the "retail stores" tab, then select Canada instead of US, and on the left type in your postal code. (Easier to just call)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obieone View Post
    I ordered this stuff from here http://www.thatpetplace.com/pet/index.web but for some reason when I try to find it on their site now it's not there anymore. I've emailed them to see if they don't carry it anymore or what happened. I ordered it and had it in less than 3 weeks - no custom issues or anything.

    I am using it on Bill's pressure sore - he's had 2 rotation flaps on them but a few stitches came apart and I could still feel a little tunneling present when I stuck the cue-tip inside. I am not exaggerating this stuff is amazing. I ordered the spray gel and spray it right into the cavity I am dressing. I also massage it over the whole area to clean and toughen up the skin. I am stunned at how well this is working. I've been coming to CC for over 13 years and Bill and I could write a book about what we do and do not know about pressure sores but this has been without a doubt one of the best "medicines/treatments" we've worked with.

    I'll try and find out what happened at the place I ordered from and let you know. In the mean time I found this place http://www.horseloverz.com/Vetericyn...pr-565528.html you can try !

    Obieone
    Yes it is amazing isn't it!In portland oregon we have been able to get a prescription for microcyn hydro gel,which is FDA approved for use on humans.It is being paid for by Care oregon advantage insurance.Payless pharmacy for homecare is providing it.We recieve 4 small bottles of the gel a month.

  10. #610
    Just one word of caution with massaging the area. I know that when I first started in rehab, we taught that. Researcha has since shown it does not toughen the area and may in fact cause more harm than good. It might be useful if there are adhesions growing, but it should be taught to you by a healthcare provider strictly for that purpose.

    CKF

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