Faster Wound Healing with New Technology

Tufts leads the way for restoring the damaged tissue of dogs and other animals.

Tufts University has reportedly become the first veterinary facility in the U.S. to use a new treatment for speeding up wound healing in dogs and other pets. Called cold plasma therapy (or cold atmospheric plasma therapy), it appears to hasten the skin’s return to normal when it has been compromised by such things as cuts […]
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