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The silicone endoprosthesis as a solution for laryngeal paralysis in dogs. An Innovative Alternative in Veterinary Treatment: ABTVet

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The silicone endoprosthesis as a solution for laryngeal paralysis.ABTVet
The silicone endoprosthesis as a solution for laryngeal paralysis.ABTVet

In the world of veterinary medicine, each case is unique and requires personalised approaches to ensure the well-being of our beloved pets. When faced with conditions that affect a dog's respiratory capacity, such as laryngeal paralysis, the search for effective and safe solutions becomes a priority.

An experimental alternative to surgery, or a temporary aid until surgery can be performed, is the placement of a silicone ABTVet stent.


Several studies have documented successful placement of the silicone endoprosthesis as a solution for laryngeal paralysis in dogs, designed to keep the laryngeal cartilages open, rather than opting for ligation.


What are the advantages of this innovative technique?


To begin with, stent placement can be carried out by your trusted veterinarian. The process is simple and does not require specialised equipment. In addition, the associated cost is considerably less than ligation surgery, making it a more affordable option for many pet owners concerned about the health of their animals.

Once in place, the difference is immediately apparent. When your dog wakes up from anaesthesia, you will notice a significant improvement in his breathing capacity, providing immediate and tangible relief.


At ABTVet, we are committed to providing innovative and effective animal welfare solutions. If your veterinarian is interested in learning more about silicone stenting or needs assistance guiding them through the process, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to offer our support and expertise to ensure the best possible care for your pet.


Don't let breathing difficulties affect your dog's quality of life! Explore all the options available and find out how a silicone stent could be the solution your pet needs.



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