A brief explanation of Cryosurgery.
Cryosurgery is the use of extreme cold produced by nitrous oxide gas (or, in specific instances, liquid nitrogen) to destroy diseased tissue. The nitrous oxide or liquid nitrogen are circulated through a special instrument called a cryoprobe. The cryoprobe is fitted with a variety of specialized bi-metallic tips that allow contact with and penetration of the tumor. The super-cold probe freezes and destroys the immediate and nearby cells. After cryosurgery, the frozen tissue sloughs off and, in most cases, is replaced partially or completely with healthier scar tissue. Think of cryosurgery as controlled frostbite.
Part.1 of the Dr.Marty Show.
One of the most common questions I get asked is, “Does my pet need to take supplements and, if so, why?”
The answer to this is an emphatic YES!
Overall, supplements should be concentrated foods and, therefore, be derived from food sources. Their purpose is truly to supplement the foods that your pets eat and not so much, they themselves. This has become such a vital aspect of health care because man and industry has basically weakened and adulterated animal food supplies and products over so many years that foundational weaknesses have now gotten passed through many generations. So even if your pet appears to be young and healthy, they almost definitely can use that extra ounce of support supplied by food supplementation.