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J Am Anim Hosp Assoc, 2003;39:209-216. Swaim SF, Renberg WC, Shike KM. Small animal bandaging, casting, and splinting techniques. Ames, IA: Wiley-Blackwell, (in press). 22 Soft Tissue Wound Drainage Techniques Mark W. Bohling and Steven F. Swaim Indications Although wounds drain best when left open, often they must be closed before they have drained completely.
Because petrolatum may interfere with epithelialization, its early use may prevent this interference. However, once epithelialization starts, a perforated nonadherent material with absorbent filler should be used. If the perforated nonadherent material with absorbent filler is used, its purpose is to retain some moisture over the wound to promote epithelialization while allowing excess fluid to be absorbed into the secondary bandage layer (Figure 2-3). This dressing is indicated for superficial wounds that have low to moderate exudate levels.
Therefore, the knot is the weakest part of a suture. The technical performance of the knot is critical to the security of the wound 10 Soft Tissue closure as well as the strength of the stitch. A square knot is least likely to untie or loosen so it is the knot of choice for most suture lines. Depending on how the throws are placed, three different knots can be formed (square knot, granny knot, or a half hitch shown in Figure 1-1). The latter two knots tend to slip and are generally avoided. Square knots are produced by reversing direction on each successive throw while maintaining equal tension on both strands as they are held parallel to the plane of the tissue.
Ahupuaʻa [electronic resource] : World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2008, May 12-16, 2008, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi by Roger William Babcock; Raymond Walton; American Society of Civil Engineers.; Environmental and Water Resources Institute (U.S.)