Effective Microbes Accelerate Granulation in Wound Healing Process of Strangles Affected Horses
The study was carried out to explore the role of effective microbes in curing the septic wounds of Strangles disease affected horses. The submaxillary lymph nodes abscessation resulted during the course of disease and ultimately ended into formation of wounds which were subject to septic environment. Adopting conventional methods of treatment i.e. local use of antiseptic preparations and parenteral administration of antibiotics usually takes long time in healing of wounds. At times the horses do not respond the treatment which results in loss of animal life as well as economic thrashing. Use of effective microbes in animal health is an area which needed exploration. We used effective microbes (EM Technology) orally / locally to cure the septic wounds of Strangle's affected horses and also evaluated its sensitivity in vitro. We found that Bio Vet an EM Technology product as an adjuvant therapy is highly effective for the treatment of strangle wounds. It considerably reduces the healing time by quick granulation and S. equi (causative organism) was also found sensitive to Bio Vet in vitro.