Light-based therapy for postoperative wound healing and more
Julia Miller, DVM, DACVD, discusses the latest technological advancements in veterinary dermatology and demoes Vetoquinol's Phovia system
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In this segment of dvm360® Live!™, Julia Miller, DVM, DACVD, dove deeper into veterinary dermatology, discussing some of the technological advances she is seeing on the front lines. She then gave a demonstration of Vetoquinols Phovia, an LED light and chromophore ointment system that claims to accelerate wound healing and reduce systems of a host of dermatologic issues.
Below is a partial transcript. See the video for more:
Julia Miller, DVM, DACVD: “Insect bite hypersensitivity is really big deal with horses, and they’re coming out with a vaccine [anti-interleukin-5 (IL-5)]. There’s some really nice epidermal barrier work that’s being done . . . new topicals, sprays, and pour-ons that work great,” she said, adding that “there’s always some really cool stuff on the verge in dermatology because, you know, we’re always trying to improve what we do and I’m really excited by anything new that comes out.”