Comments on Burst Blood Vessel Caused Dog’s Swollen Ear

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Mr DFW   Justin, TX

6/17/2012 4:01:10 PM

I have a better approach to treatment for aural hematoma in dog
ear.
Try putting an 'Aural Splint' over the affected ear after
aspiration.
The treatment is specific and should be applied by a veterinarian, but in some cases a trial by owner may be included in a case study for the
treatment.
Do not crush the ear when applying the
splint.
Do not lacerate or open the hematoma for fear of
infection.
Trim any excess hair from the
ear.
Aspirate and prepare the ear with non-elastic athletic tape folded over the edges lengthwise and onto the head. Leave a tab out beyond the tip of the
ear.
Non-elastic tape is specified to not continually compress the plates into the ear possibly cutting off the blood flow.

The ear should be confined within the plates and not compressed between
them.
The hematoma will refill slightly and then halted because the plates will not allow it to
continue.
Now the blood flow from the broken vessel will cease and begin to
coagulate.
The tearing of the tissues will also
stop.
Leave the 'aural splint' taped to the ear for two
weeks.
Like a cocoon, in between the plates healing will occur by means of a thin blood clot forming from the healing body fluids, stopping the blood release into the ear, and the tissues will begin adhesion from the clot providing the materials the body
needs.
The non-elastic tape provides for normal blood flow into the ear to occur and healing to
happen.
After the two week treatment, remove the plates and observe.

The blood clot will be visible, but will regenerate after some
weeks.
The tissues will be held together by the adhesion and properties of the
clot.
As the clot is absorbed through natural means, the skin and cartilage will remain attached and scarring will not be
excessive.
If anyone, veterinarian or pet owner is interested, make contact with me to get a free
trial.

Daniel
Whitton
Auralsplint.org

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mark   chesterfield, ID

11/28/2011 9:57:06 AM

my doberman has this i ntook her to the vet drained a little bit not it all injected steroid did not splint or bandage it when it came back bigger they did not even try draining it just said operation 335 pounds should i seek a second opinion

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Maureen   Philadelphia, PA

4/28/2011 2:07:21 PM

Your information regarding a burst blood vessel was very helpful. My beagle is at our vets now having surgery for a ear blood vessel injury. I feel much better knowing what to expect to hear from our vet when it is time to pick him up. I was given some info from our vet, but to hear the specific procedure that is being done, helps me to feel more comfortable with what is actually being done. Thank you.

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Lois   Palacios, TX

11/11/2009 4:51:06 PM

My vet insists there is no ear infection; however, my 8 yr old male German Shepherd's ear is filling up for the third time in about a month. First, he had the surgery with the buttons; the next day after the bandage was removed,the ear filled up again and then it was lanced, pinned back and taped for another 10 days. His ear has been very warm to touch ever since the bandage came off and now it has started swelling up again. He is shaking his head and yawning more. I am at wits end as to what to do -- take him back or find another vet -- meanwhile he is uncomfortable.

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helen   fayetteville, NC

6/5/2009 6:31:53 PM

my fem germa shepperd is 8 yrs old and has had the operation on the right ear, now the left ear is swollen, it has been drain once but it is full again. trying to find any other way to deal with this. im working on 1450.00 and not finish

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nippon1   riverdale, GA

8/17/2008 4:35:15 PM

this have helped me alot...thanks so much....

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