Where can I find a Veterinarian who uses the Auralsplint?
According to FDA, treatment is safe as prescribed by and under supervision licensed veterinarians in their clinic at time of examination. Ask your vet order and supply the treatment. Veterinary portal for their use.
How can I get the treatment kit?
You may order it here at this site until such time in the future when veterinary clinics begin to stock the treatment. Ask your vet to provide this treatment as a first line of defense to repair aural hematoma in canine.
Why must I sign a waiver?
The waiver is required to protect the owners and affiliates of Auralsplint Inc. PBC for providing this treatment outside the veterinary purview. As a prescription device, Auralsplint Inc. PBC makes this available through an ongoing study protocol. In no way is the Auralsplint recommended to take the place of a professional veterinarian. There may be underlying conditions causing the animal distress and assisting in causing the hematoma. It is recommended after installation by owner, or at time of visit to vet to have them install the treatment, that you have them check for ear infections or infestations.
What happens to the ear after the blood clots?
If the blood pool is left to clot, then over time it will reduce. But most times the ear will shrivel and cause cleaning problems later, and possible ear infections. The objective of the Auralsplint is for a thin layer of blood to return into hematoma and form a thin layer of blood clot to act upon sealing the broken blood vessels and tie the tissues together again. Research has shown the size of the blood clot or blood pool in the hematoma is directly related to the amount of shriveling occurring after healing.
How come the Auralsplint is not for sale?
Not yet. We are trying very hard to get acceptance by the industry to have the clinics stock the treatment.
Does the Auralsplint really work?
Yes, it works. The process is medically based on principles of natural healing. The Auralsplint is geared to assist the animal in repairs and hold the ear in its natural position while healing to lessen the after effects. The Auralsplint is the only treatment available that addresses the rapid healing of the broken blood vessels. All present veterinary surgical treatments allow the blood reentering the hematoma to escape through a drain or wound.
Can I have FedX or UPS deliver the Auralsplint treatment kit?
Yes, but it is more expensive. With an early aspiration, you have four days until another aspiration is needed. This is enough time to order and receive your treatment kit through USPS.
Why must I have a hypodermic needle aspiration before treating?
The fluids in the hematoma bleed into the pocket from the broken blood vessels. As with any other blood clot, soon the fluids will begin to turn from fluid into a jelly before turning solid. If this is allowed to happen, then a needle aspiration will become ineffective. It is the Auralsplint's recommendation to have the initial hypodermic needle aspiration at time of first visit to vet. this simple procedure allows pan relief from the expanding hematoma, and gives the patient time to order the Auralsplint treatment.
Auralsplint alternative treatment for aural hematoma in dog non-surgical low-cost.
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