Anal Gland Abscess/Perianal Fistulas

  1. A small or large Assisi Loop can be used to treat anal gland abscess and perianal fistulas.  Positioning is extremely important for optimal effect.
  2. Position the pet lying down either flat on the ground or up on their elbows.
  3. The Assisi Loop can be placed over the tail to allow the tail to hold the Assisi Loop in place or the Assisi Loop can be held in place.  See Pictures
  4. The signal generator should be located in view of the person treating the pet.
  5. Do not leave the pet unattended when using this placement as small movements can change the positioning of the Loop and the area being treated.
  6. Turn the unit on by pressing the button on the front of the white rubberized signal generator; green lights will illuminate about once per second.
  7. Keep the unit in place for the full 15 minutes until the unit shuts off.
  8. Use the unit 4 times daily, if possible, until clinical signs have resolved.  Treat twice daily for an additional 3-5 days.
  9. There should be a minimum of 2 hours between treatments for optimal nitric oxide enhancement.

Pet Owner Responsibility. A panel of licensed, experienced veterinarians has developed this Guide.  Pet owners should use this protocol only to treat a condition listed above and as directed by a qualified veterinary clinician.  Other protocols in this Guide should be used only as directed by a qualified veterinary clinician.

Important: Before starting treatment, please consult product label for optimal product use and safety guidelines. To learn more about the technology, visit our website.

Battery Life: When the lights are blinking 2-3 times per second, the battery is running low and a new Assisi Loop should be purchased. There should be a minimum of 2 hours between treatments for optimal battery efficiency.

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