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Debridement and wound care

Debridement and wound care

Wound debridement is a important medical procedure performed to promote efficient wound healing. It involves the removal of dead, damaged, or contaminated tissue from the wound site, facilitating the body’s natural healing processes. Whether caused by trauma,...
Maggot Debridement

Maggot Debridement

A wound is a break or damage in the surface of the skin and it can be accidental as well as surgical. For instance, burns, paper cuts, abrasions, and an incision in order to remove a diseased appendix. It can also occur due to underlying illnesses such as vascular...
Oxygen in Wound Healing

Oxygen in Wound Healing

Oxygen is a significant factor in wound healing. In normal wound healing, the wound either requires conditions of hypoxia or normal levels of oxygen (ie, normoxia). In the aerobic metabolism of glucose, cells use oxygen as the final electron acceptor to generate...