Hospital grade turpetine on 4x4s, lay them on feet and tie plastic bag tight around feet. Leave on as long as you can. (hours) maggots die and fall into bag.
giving patient anesthesia and extracting them with surgical instrument
If the person has an open wound or sore, then a fly can lay it's eggs in the open wound. A fly's eggs hatch out as maggots, then develop into flies. This is one of the many reasons to always keep open wounds and sores clean, disinfected, and covered with a bandage.
Maggots are actually used by some practitioners to help clean wounds. The Maggots are placed in the wound and they eat the decaying tissue.
This needs to be done by a veterinarian. Maggots in a wound indicates there is significant dead tissue that needs to be removed surgically, which requires a veterinarian to perform safely and humanely.
The eat dead tissue and so help wound healing.
Larvae of a fly are called maggots. When a house pet gets a wound it can be infested with maggots if not treated in time. Flies get attracted to such open wounds and lay eggs in it which eventually produce maggots.
Removal of dead tissue from the wound bed
The doctor will wash the wound with water under high pressure and debride it. Debridement is the removal of dead tissue and foreign objects from a wound to prevent infection.
Maggots which are specifically bred for the task are used to quickly remove dead and rotting flesh from injured or diseased sites on living persons instead of surgical removal. The maggots will only eat the dead flesh and will leave the wound cleaned back to good healthy viable living tissue which can then be effectively treated.
They're removed mechanically, and the wound is then cleaned and disinfected.
You take that puppy to the vet as soon as possible. Maggots usually live on things that are decaying, so the puppy obviously has either an infected wound or has worms.
If your living rabbit has maggots (probably under the skin or in an old wound), you should take it to the veterinarian. The maggots actually aren't the problem - they will eat the dead tissue and help clean up the wound somewhat. The problem is this usually indicates a pretty severe and chronic wound that will probably need surgery before your rabbit is back to being healthy. I would also suspect at least one bacterial infection associated with the maggot infestation.