minimally invasive surgery

minimally invasive surgery

                   The common complication of neutering is peritonitis and impaired wound healing and wound
infection since we normally need to open a large wound. Those problem can cause harmful to  
the dogs and cats and also cause the owner to pay more for medical services. However, using a  
spay hook to help in neutering process we are able to reduce the size of surgical wound to 1-2  
centimeters which decreases the chance of peritonitis, reduces pain to the animals and makes  
the patients get faster recovery.

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