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Equi-Med Ag antibacterial Stable boots & wound dressings Scientifically proven 99.9% effective against mud fever and many other bacterial infection*
- Unique dual action technology no need for creams or lotions
- Aids with the symptoms of Leukocytoclastic Vasculitis (LV)
- Treat and prevent wound infection
- Cuts down healing time by 40-50% in most cases
- Minimises scar tissue
- Helps reduce swelling
- Treatment is competition legal in all disciplines
- Recommended by vets
- Can be accepted on insurance claim with vet recommendation
Equi-Med Ag, antibacterial activated carbon with silver’ equestrian products, uniquely designed, reusable horse wound care products. Stable boots and wound dressing range - a Scientifically proven effective mud fever treatment.
We are now very excited to announce our new range of small animal wound dressings aimed at vets and pet owner. The dressings are ideal for treating superficial wounds to speed up recovery time and are regularly used by vets after surgery to stop infection.
All our wound care products contain a layer of activated carbon and silver which has very powerful antibacterial properties.
They are effective at treating and preventing skin and wound infections, reducing swelling and in our case studies have shown 99.9% success rate with all types of mud fever.
All our horse wound care products and boots are designed to be worn in the stable to treat and prevent infection of skin and wounds. Our products can be used as part of your everyday stable routine, not only when infection is present. The boots consist of a heavy duty, breathable Cordura outer and a foam inner, coupled with a soft comfortable lining comprising a layer of ‘the magic cloth’ and with a unique seamless design allowing total comfort and freedom of movement. The horse wound care boots are reusable and are machine washable using Equi-Med Ag Re-Gen (Re-Gen will be available to purchase in November), Soda Crystals can also be used however we recommend Re-Gen as we can guarantee the purity of the powder.
*Scientific testing carried out at Lincoln University