Tenda Heal Bioactive Wound Care Treatment to Debut at AAEP Convention

Tenda will debut its state-of-the art, bioactive glass wound treatment, Tenda Heal, at the American Association of Equine Practitioners Annual Convention and Trade Show in San Francisco Dec. 1 – 5.
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Tenda, which has been serving the performance horse industry for more than 45 years, has announced it will debut its state-of-the art, bioactive glass wound treatment, Tenda Heal, at the American Association of Equine Practitioners Annual Convention and Trade Show in San Francisco Dec. 1 – 5. The use of bioactive glass in Tenda Heal’s microfiber application has proven to expedite wound healing in the most acute and difficult cases in humans and animals.

Tenda Heal’s antimicrobial, hemostatic, fibrous properties stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities, which accelerate restorative tissue growth, resulting in a more rapid healing process. Tenda Heal, applied directly to the wound, quickly reacts with the body’s fluids, releasing elements that stimulate the generation of new blood vessels. This improves the blood supply to the wound, allowing the body’s normal healing process to take over. As the wound heals, the microfiber is absorbed into the body and does not have to be removed. In most cases, little to no scarring occurs.

Co-inventor for the bioactive glass technology, Steven Jung, PhD, will speak about this advanced technology Monday, Dec. 3, at 11:45 a.m. in the AAEP Exhibit Hall at Theater 2. Attendees are also encouraged to visit Booth 2504 to learn more about Tenda and Tenda Heal. Information is also available by calling 888-836-3213 or visiting TendaHeal.com or TendaHorse.com

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