A chronic wound is an injury that doesn’t heal in six weeks. Factors that contribute to chronic wounds include increased bacterial load, inappropriate treatment, trauma, lower extremity wounds, senescent/aberrant cells and so on
Tag: Chronic Wound
A chronic wound is an injury type that develops when an acute wound fails to heal in the expected time. It might be a couple of weeks or six weeks in a few cases. The conditions that stop or slow the healing process may lead to similar illnesses are infection, weak immune system, poor blood supply & low oxygen and so on.
A chronic wound is a lesion that doesn’t heal in a specific time but shows delayed wound healing. Many factors could lead an acute wound to become a chronic wound such as diabetes with its complications, low blood flow, soft tissue infection and so many other conditions.