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Case Report
This report is on the use of a collagen wound contact layer in conjunction with negative pressure wound therapy to achieve healing in a chronic diabetic foot ulcer.
Case Report
A 72-year-old woman with a nontraumatic spinal cord injury developed eschar on her lower right back.
In this review, the clinical approaches based on new knowledge and developments of the lymphatic system are covered.
Brief Communication
This study aims to determine the mechanism of action of topical oxygen in diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) by examining the diversity of bacterial genera present in DFUs treated with topical oxygen.
Original Research
The aim of the study is to assess the changes in both bacterial species and load, as well as the incidence of infection, before and after negative pressure wound therapy in a patient population with…
Original Research
The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of laser therapy that could increase wound healing on fibroblast cells in vitro.
Ahead of Print
This case series presents evidence of using a cryopreserved umbilical cord tissue with living cells in adjunctive treatment of wounds associated with pyoderma gangrenosum.
Original Research
This meta-analysis compares human-derived acellular dermal matrices (H-ADMs) with standard of care (SOC) to evaluate the number of healed ulcers at 12 and 16 weeks and number of days to complete…
Evidence Corner
This Evidence Corner reviews evidence supporting the 2 aforementioned topical interventions for patients undergoing RT for breast cancer.
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