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Research & Reviews  649 results

Delayed primary fascia closure of Björck grade 4 open abdomen with enteroatmospheric fi...
BMC Surgery; Akashi Y, Ogawa K et. al.

Aug 29th, 2021 - An open abdomen with frozen adherent bowels is classified as grade 4 in Björck's open abdomen classification, and skin grafting after wound granulation is a typical closure option. We achieved delayed primary fascia closure for a patient who devel...

Full-Thickness Skin Grafts

Aug 24th, 2021 - Overview Skin transplanted from one location to another on the same individual is termed an autogenous graft, or autograft. Autografts consist of the entire epidermis and a dermal component of variable thickness. If the dermis is included in its e...

Coverage of soft tissue defects in the thumb: Essential flaps in daily practice.
Hand Surgery & Rehabilitation; Athlani L, Dautel G

Aug 9th, 2021 - Coverage of soft tissue defects in the thumb involves a variety of techniques ranging from simple second-intention healing to skin grafting with or without dermal substitutes, to local homodigital or heterodigital flaps and partial toe transfers. ...

Percutaneous cryoneurolysis of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve for analgesia follow...
Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine; Finneran Iv JJ, Schaar AN et. al.

Aug 4th, 2021 - Percutaneous cryoneurolysis of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve for analgesia following skin grafting: a randomized, controlled pilot study.|2021|Finneran Iv JJ,Schaar AN,Swisher MW,Godat LN,Lee JG,|

Application of bacterial nanocellulose-based wound dressings in the management of therm...
Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Inj... Maurer K, Renkert M et. al.

Jul 26th, 2021 - Management of pediatric thermal injuries involves a high standard of care in a multidisciplinary setting. To avoid physical and psychological sequelae, wound dressings should minimize hospitalization time and anesthesia while maximizing patient co...

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Guidelines  1 results

The wound/burn guidelines - 6: Guidelines for the management of burns.
The Journal of Dermatology; Yoshino Y, Ohtsuka M et. al.

Mar 15th, 2016 - Burns are a common type of skin injury encountered at all levels of medical facilities from private clinics to core hospitals. Minor burns heal by topical treatment alone, but moderate to severe burns require systemic management, and skin grafting...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  2 results

The Clinical Utility of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy on Burns

Jun 4th, 2020 - In burn patients, the wound healing process may lead to a fibrotic hypertrophic scar, which is raised, inflexible and responsible functional impairments. There are few studies which have investigated the effect of extracorporeal shock wave therapy...

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy With Instillation for Treatment of Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Mar 27th, 2020 - HS is a recurring chronic skin disease of the hair follicle that usually presents with painful and inflamed lesions in the sweat gland-bearing areas of the body. The lesions often progress to become chronic with pus discharge and scar formation re...

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News  24 results

Psoriasis Journal Scan: September 2019

Sep 23rd, 2019 - Psychological and Sexual Consequences of Psoriasis Vulgaris on Patients and Their Partners. Alariny AF, Farid CI, Elweshahi HM, Abbood SS.

Added Statin No Benefit Over Phototherapy for Vitiligo

Apr 9th, 2018 - Action Points Atorvastatin (Lipitor) added to phototherapy had no significant benefits over phototherapy alone in the evolution of active vitiligo, according to a small prospective, single-blind study of 30 European and Asian patients. Note that t...

Hydralazine-Associated Cutaneous Vasculitis Presenting With Aerodigestive Tract Involvement

May 24th, 2017 - Comment Our case highlights a distinct clinical presentation of hydralazine-induced ANCA-positive cutaneous vasculitis associated with severe involvement of the aerodigestive tract with gastrointestinal tract bleeding and airway compromise requiri.

ABA: Engineered skin substitutes trim pediatric burn mortality
Patrice Wendling

Jun 29th, 2015 - CHICAGO – Autologous engineered skin substitutes (EES) reduce mortality and donor-site harvesting in children with extensive, deep burns, a randomized, paired-site comparison showed. “Autologous ESS offer an alternative therapy for closure of exte.

Hypertrophic Scar Treatment With Intralesional Triamcinolone Acetonide and Pulsed Dye Laser Results in Necrosis
Cameron Chesnut, MD, Suzanne Mednik, MD et. al.

Nov 4th, 2014 - To the Editor: Intralesional corticosteroids and pulsed dye laser (PDL)(585–595 nm), either as monotherapy or combination therapy, are commonly used to treat hypertrophic scars. 1 We describe an unusual adverse effect of protracted necrosis followi.

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