Pet Protection Cleansing Spray based on chlorhexidine digluconate is available in large and small volumes and is used in veterinary medicine for cleaning and disinfecting wounds, in both pets and livestock.
Chlorhexidine has antimicrobial properties and can help kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms that can cause infections. It can be used to clean the skin around the wound and to rinse or irrigate the wound itself.
The solution can be used to clean the wound by gently rinsing it. Be sure to spread the solution evenly over the wound and use a clean, sterile applicator or gauze to gently clean the wound. It can help remove dirt, bacteria and other contaminants from the wound.
Chlorhexidine is suitable for cleaning the surface of open wounds, but should not be inserted into deeper tissue layers, open cavities or body parts with direct access to the bloodstream (eyes, ears, nose, etc.). Avoid using chlorhexidine on chronic wounds.
Disinfecting wounds in animals is an important part of wound care and serves several purposes: