Perawatan luka pada anjing penderita demodekosis di Klinik Hewan Bogor Pet Center Bogor
Demodecosis is a skin disease caused by mites Demodex sp. The mites can cause itching and made scratching reflex and made skin damage or wound. Wound is a damage conditions in the skin tissues. Wound care for demodecosis of Pitbull mix dog at Bogor Pet Centre Clinic began with treatment the myiasis and clean the wound 2 times a day and the treatment continues until 19 days topically and orally. Wound healing works well
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