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Abstract Body: Introduction: UBM technology facilitates remodeling through a de-cellularized extracellular matrix that contains an intact epithelial basement membrane (BM) and subjacent lamina…
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Abstract Body: Chronic wounds can lead to depression (27%), anxiety (26%), and loss of function and mobility.1,2,3 Negative impact of emotional/mental stress on wound healing has been well documented…
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Abstract Body: Introduction: Split-thickness skin grafting (STSG) is the mainstay therapy for the management of wounds that cannot be closed primarily or left open to close by secondary intention.…
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Abstract Body: Introduction: Antibiotic misuse often is a result of the ‘best guess’1 of the extent of bacterial burden in wounds during assessment for clinical signs and symptoms (CSS) of infection…
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Abstract Body: Aim To summarise the comparative clinical evidence supporting over 30 years of cadexomer iodine (CIOD) use in removing barriers to healing and allowing chronic wound progression.  …
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Abstract Body: Introduction: Quantitative tissue biopsy, which provides colony counts per gram (CFU/g) is the gold standard to accurately measure bacterial load in wounds. However, the complexity and…
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Abstract Body: Study Objective. Non-healing complex wounds with exposed bone, tendon, muscle, or hardware continue to be a therapeutic challenge to physicians. Exposed deep tissue structures, when…
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Abstract Body: Over 6 million Americans have diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs)1 which greatly increase the risk of morbidity and mortality2,3 as well as healthcare costs.4 Standard clinical practice…
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Abstract Body: Background and aims: Single-use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (sNPWT) systems may increase healing success rates while minimising risk of complications in closed surgical incisions…
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Lack of access to adequate wound care supplies can have a detrimental effect on the general patient population’s ability to heal a wound which many times progresses to infection, especially among…
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