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REVIEW ARTICLE 2022 October 31
Pathophysiology and Conservative Treatment of Venous Ulcers: A Review
Defined as an ulceration in a lower extremity caused by venous hypertension, venous ulcers are a common condition which are known to affect approximately 1% of the population. They cause substantial socioeconomic burden and significant impact on patients’ quality of life. Altho...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2022 October 31
Evaluation of a Mobile Wound Care Device for Assessment of Wounds: A Time Motion Study
Background: Comprehensive wound assessments are critical in identifying potential complications that affect wound healing and determining appropriate interventions for the patient. A wound care device (WCD) comprising a mobile device integrated with multi-spectral sensors that c...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2022 October 31
Early Compression Therapy for Deep Skin Defects: A New Treatment Option to Prevent Hypertrophic Scars or Contractures
Background: Conservative treatment of deep dermal or full-thickness skin defects often results in hypertrophic scars or contractures; thus, compressive therapy has been used after wound closure to prevent or treat scar deformities. However, wound contraction begins in the early ...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2022 October 31
Efficacy of Paracrine Factors from Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Treating Biofilm-Infected Wounds in a Murine Model
Background: Chronic wounds are a serious medical condition affecting over 6 million people in the United States. Biofilms, which alter the host immune response and establish a microenvironment that prevents wound healing, are intimately associated with the development of chronic...
CASE REPORT 2022 October 31
A Systematic Approach to Effectively Treat Chronic Wounds Caused by Self-Harm: Two Case Reports
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) refers to the intentional act of causing physical injury without a clear suicidal intent. Patients in a dissociative state attempt to fulfill an underlying psychological need by inflicting cutaneous wounds on themselves. The mechanisms of NSSI can...
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2022
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2021
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2011
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2010
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2009
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2008
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Nov 2008
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2007
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2006
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May 2006
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2005
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