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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 360 from Journal of wound care

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Use of dehydrated human amnion chorion membrane allograft on infected ruptured arteriovenous fistula: revision and closure.

Over two million individuals worldwide, with end-stage renal disease (ESRD), depend on dialysis therapy or a kidney transplant for survival. Every haemodialysis patient requires vascular access. The arteriovenous fistula (AVF) is preferred for long-term hemodialysis vascular access due to long-term primary patency rates. Given the limited options for haemodialysis access and placement, preservation of existing AVF sites is always a clinical priority. This case report describes a novel approach to wound clos...

Convolutional neural networks for wound detection: the role of artificial intelligence in wound care.

Telemedicine is an essential support system for clinical settings outside the hospital. Recently, the importance of the model for assessment of telemedicine (MAST) has been emphasised. The development of an eHealth-supported wound assessment system using artificial intelligence is awaited. This study explored whether or not wound segmentation of a diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) and a venous leg ulcer (VLU) by a convolutional neural network (CNN) was possible after being educated using sacral pressure ulcer (PU) ...

Wound healing activity of methanolic extract in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.

To assess the wound healing potential of on cutaneous wounds in diabetic rats.

Clinical efficacy of biocellulose, carboxymethyl cellulose and normal saline dressing in epidermolysis bullosa.

To evaluate the efficacy of a biocellulose, a carboxymethyl cellulose and a normal saline wound dressing in the wound care management of epidermolysis bullosa (EB) skin wounds.

Vascular endothelial function is improved after active mattress use.

Active mattresses are used to prevent, treat and relieve pressure ulcers (PU) by intermittent contact pressure/relief. However, no studies have directly assessed the vascular endothelial response to long-term active mattress use. This study investigated the hypothesis that eight weeks use of an active mattress would lead to improvements in vascular endothelial function in healthy participants.

Free skin micrografts with cyanoacrylate as outpatient treatment for venous leg ulcers.

The present study describes an ambulatory, free skin micrograft technique with cyanoacrylate as a coadjuvant venous leg ulcer (VLU) healing strategy and its outcomes after one month.

Nutrition in wound healing: investigation of the molecular mechanisms, a narrative review.

Nutrition can be outlined in terms of epigenetic signals influencing each of the wound healing steps (haemostasis, inflammatory, proliferative and remodelling phase). Specific nutrients, such as amino acids, minerals, vitamins, natural compounds and herbal extracts, target DNA-regulating transcription factors, cytokines, extracellular matrix proteins and glycosaminoglycan, and are specifically involved in the wound healing process. This review focuses on experimental and clinical evidence of dietary supple...

Surgical wound complications: a 21st century problem?

Measuring sensory and pain thresholds by Semmes-Weinstein monofilaments in patients with leg ulcers: a pilot study.

Pain is a common and disabling symptom in patients with leg ulcers. Clinical quantification of pain mostly depends on subjective pain reports, which do not reveal underlying mechanisms. The aim of this pilot study is to identify mechanisms underlying the pain in patients with leg ulcers by documenting alterations in pain processing using quantitative sensory testing.

Effectiveness of autologous platelet-rich plasma gel in the treatment of hard-to-heal leg ulcers: a randomised control trial.

Regenerative medicine products such as autologous platelet-rich plasma (autologous PRP) gel may speed up the process of healing. Clinical studies show promising results in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), however there is lack of scientific evidence of autologous PRP effectiveness in treating leg ulcers of other aetiology. This study evaluates the effectiveness of autologous PRP gel in the treatment of hard-to-heal leg ulcers compared with existing conventional treatment.

A multipurpose dressing: A clinical review of the absorption, debridement and healing properties of Aquacel Foam.

Cases 7-10: non-complex wounds on the lower limb.

Case 6: ureteral cutaneous fistula.

Case 2: deformed, ulcerating toe.

Case 1: burn scar on the armpit.

Case 3: multiple open and closed blisters.

Case 4: wounds associated with chronic progressive multiple sclerosis.

Case 5: non-healing traumatic wound.

Foreword.

A multipurpose dressing: role of a Hydrofiber foam dressing in managing wound exudate.

Chronic wound exudate is associated with stalled or delayed healing. Excess amounts will break down healthy tissue, increasing the production of slough and necrotic tissue. This will also create an ideal environment for microbial proliferation and place the surrounding skin at risk of maceration. It is vital, therefore, to select an absorbent dressing that can retain excessive exudate. This article describes how to achieve this. It introduces an absorbent dressing, Aquacel Foam, which not only retains exuda...

Response to the letter from Una Adderley ().' August 2019.

Biofilm management using monofilament fibre debridement technology: outcomes and clinician and patient satisfaction.

Best practice in wound bed preparation and biofilm-based wound management includes debridement to create a clean wound bed and to assist in minimising the redevelopment of biofilm. Biofilm that is not removed inhibits healing and redevelops if not prevented from doing so with topical antimicrobial agents. Monofilament fibre debriding technology (MFDT) is used for effective and rapid mechanical debridement of loose material, slough and biofilm. The objective of this evaluation was to determine the clinical e...

Acellular fish skin matrix on thin-skin graft donor sites: a preliminary study.

Surgery for head and neck cancer often requires free flap reconstructions, whose harvesting site often requires a thin-skin graft. Wounds from the thin-skin donor site are comparable to an intermediate or deep second-degree burn. This is uncomfortable and can lead to complications such as a long healing time, local infections and pain. Since they are reproducible, these wounds may serve as a model for an objective assessment of new healing medical devices. The acellular fish skin matrix is a new medical dev...

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