Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is such a strong oxidiser it is highly reactive.
Due to its weak disinfectant and antiseptic properties, hydrogen peroxide as a 3% solution was often used to treat cat fight abscesses. However, it has fallen out of favour because it is thought to slow healing by affecting tissue growth through several possible factors.
Only a very minute concentration of H2O2 can induce healing, and only if not repeatedly applied.
Surgical use can lead to gas embolism formation.