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Outpatient Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy Following Surgical Debridement: Results and Complications.

To present results and complications in a case series of outpatients with diabetic and neuropathic foot ulcers with exposed bone following surgical debridement treated with negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT).


Ultrasound-assisted debridement of neuroischaemic diabetic foot ulcers, clinical and microbiological effects: a case series.

To evaluate the clinical and microbiological effects of sequential wound debridement in a case series of neuroischaemic diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) using an ultrasound-assisted wound debridement (UAW) device.

Necrotizing fasciitis caused by a Garengeot's hernia. Case report.

Garengeot's hernia corresponds to the presence of the appendix within a femoral hernia, associated or not with acute appendicitis. The diagnosis of this uncommon situation is usually done during surgery. Furthermore, the clinical presentation as necrotizing fasciitis is a rare condition. We report a 54 years old obese hypertensive woman with rheumatoid arthritis of 40 years of evolution treated with methotrexate and prednisone. She consulted for pain and erythema in the right inguinal region. Laboratory rev...


Deep Brachial Artery Pseudoaneurysm Following Arthroscopic Shoulder Debridement.

Vascular injuries resulting from arthroscopic surgeries are rare with a reported incidence of 0.005% of elective orthopedic procedures. We report a case of a 49-year-old male who developed a deep brachial artery pseudoaneurysm following an arthroscopic shoulder debridement and lysis of adhesions. He was successfully embolized with resolution of the pseudoaneurysm within 6 weeks of treatment. A review of the literature demonstrates that pseudoaneurysm formation after arthroscopic procedures is rare and pseud...

A purpose-designed monofilament-fibre pad for debridement of hard-to-reach wounds: experience in clinical practice.

Effective and comfortable debridement is an important part of managing complex wounds. This user test evaluated a monofilament-fibre pad (with handle) (Debrisoft Lolly, Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co. KG) in the debridement of various hard-to-reach wounds.

Cleansing versus tailored deep debridement, a fresh approach to wound cleansing: an Italian experience.

To evaluate if cleansing, using a solution containing the antimicrobial polyhexanide and the surfactant betaine (polyhexanide propylbetaine [PP], Prontosan Solution, B. Braun), can aid effective wound bed preparation (WBP).

Postoperative Reoperations and Complications in 32,307 Ankle Fractures With and Without Concurrent Ankle Arthroscopic Procedures in a 5-Year Period Based on a Large U.S. Healthcare Database.

Residual symptoms often persist even after successful operative reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) of ankle fractures. Concurrent ankle arthroscopic procedures (CAAPs) have been proposed to improve clinical outcomes; however, a dearth of evidence is available supporting this practice. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the reoperation and complication rates after ORIF of ankle fractures with and without CAAPs. Reoperations and complications after ORIF of ankle fractures were identified ...

An Overview of the use of Bromelain-Based Enzymatic Debridement (Nexobrid®) in Deep Partial & Full Thickness Burns: Appraising the Evidence.

Recent introduction of rapid bromelain-based enzymatic debridement has been increasingly popular in its use in non-surgical debridement in deep partial and full thickness burns. We designed this study to evaluate the evidence suggested by current studies on the perceived benefits of using Nexobrid® as compared to traditional surgical standard of care (SOC) in burns wound debridement.

Burn wound treatment through enzymatic debridement: First experience in Switzerland.

Thermal injuries are frequent and can be associated with relevant morbidity and mortality in severe cases. Excisional debridement followed by autografting is the standard of care for deep burns, but is associated with serious potential complications. Clinical results of a novel enzymatic debridement based on Bromelain raw material extracted from the pineapple plant (Nexobrid™) were published in 2014. At the Center for Burns at the University Hospital Zürich enzymatic debridement was introduced in 2016. O...

The Safety of Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy on Surgical Wounds: An Updated Meta-analysis of 17 Randomized Controlled Trials.

To assess whether negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT) reduced complications such as wound infection, dehiscence, seroma/hematoma, skin necrosis/blistering, and bleeding compared with non-NPWT treatments.

Diagnostic value of fluorine-18 deoxyglucose positron emission tomography/computed tomography in deep sternal wound infection.

Deep sternal wound infection (DSWI) is a refractory complication after heart surgery, and debridement is the first-line treatment. The accurate identification of the extent of the infection is the key to successful debridement. The present study assessed the diagnostic accuracy of fluorine-18 deoxyglucose (F-FDG) positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) for identifying the infected area of DSWI.

Epidemiological observations of Kawasaki disease in Japan, 2013-2014.

The etiology of Kawasaki disease (KD) is unknown. In Japan, the number of patients and incidence rate of KD has increased continuously since its discovery. This report aimed to analyze the latest nationwide epidemiological survey of KD in Japan.

Use of cancellous bone grafting to promote granulation tissue in a distal limb wound in a dog.

A 5-year-old female spayed Shetland sheepdog presented for evaluation of bandage sores on the left pelvic limb after a splint was placed to stabilise a digit fracture incurred approximately 2 weeks previously. Multiple areas of necrosis were identified upon bandage removal. After debridement of devitalised tissue, a 4 cm wound on the plantar surface of the metatarsal bones (with exposed bone and tendons) remained. The Papineau technique (which involves removal of infected or necrotic tissue, placement of ...

Wound debridement: choices and practice.

On-ward surgical management of wound dehiscence: report of a single neurosurgical center experience and comparison of safety and effectiveness with conventional treatment.

The early identification and optimized treatment of wound dehiscence are a complex issue, with implications on the patient's clinical and psychological postoperative recovery and on healthcare system costs. The most widely accepted treatment is surgical debridement (also called "wash out"), performed in theater under general anesthesia (GA), followed by either wide-spectrum or targeted antibiotic therapy. Although usually effective, in some cases, such a strategy may be insufficient (generally ill, aged, or...

Effect of Bromelain-Based Enzymatic Debridement on Skin Cells.

Several reports have concluded that enzymatic debridement based on Bromelain (NX) is selective and efficient. Although clinical trials showed that viable tissue is not damaged at the macroscopic level, the effect on the cellular level is largely unknown. The current study is meant to close this gap by evaluating whether NX has an effect on vital cells of the human dermis on a cellular level. In an experimental in vitro study design, the effect of NX on human keratinocytes, fibroblasts, and macrophages was a...

Management of a Complex Lower Limb Open Fracture in a Teenage Patient: A Case Report.

The challenges of managing Gustilo IIIB tibial fractures (ie, high energy trauma with a contaminated wound >10 cm in length, severe comminution ["crumbling"] or segmental fractures, and periosteal stripping) in children are unique in part because no clear guidelines exist and the injuries may cause short-term and long-term complications. Repeated wound debridement and secondary reconstruction are required in approximately 20% of these cases in both adults and children. A 13-year-old girl presented with seve...

Care and treatment of a rare Mycobacterium avium complex-infected wound: a case report.

An unusual presentation of Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC), unlikely to be encountered in an outpatient dermatology setting, was diagnosed in a patient without an immunodeficiency. A 47-year-old woman, who was immunocompetent and had no risk factors, presented with a full-thickness, infected wound (large amounts of purulent exudate and severe pain) on her back, which had been present for two months. She was diagnosed as having an MAC infection, using a DNA microarray chip method. The patient underwent wou...

Airway Management of Near-Complete Tracheal Transection by Through-the-Wound Intubation: A Case Report.

We present an approach to airway management in a patient with machete injuries culminating in near-complete cricotracheal transection, in addition to a gunshot wound to the neck. Initial airway was established by direct intubation through the cricotracheal wound. Once the airway was secured, a bronchoscopy-guided orotracheal intubation was performed with simultaneous retraction of the cricotracheal airway to optimize the surgical field. This case offers insight into a rarely performed approach to airway man...

Use of controlled negative pressure in management of phlegmon caused by fulminant complication of pressure wound: A case report.

Effective wound healing depends on the adequate choice of the wound cleansing method, to enable rapid removal of necrotic tissue. Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is an effective non-invasive technique for management of wounds of varied aetiology, including deep tissue injuries caused by pressure.

Do Not Limit Where Ulcer Debridements Can Be Performed!

Medicare is a national program administered on a local level by Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs). This brief report focuses on the potentially negative outcomes that may ensue as a result of MACs limiting the place of service for ulcer debridement. With the information included herein, the hope is that this problem can be addressed by all parties involved in wound care, including medical directors at these MACs, to remove this limitation impacting patient care.

Osteomyelitis complicating sacral pressure ulcers: whether or not to treat with antibiotic therapy.

The treatment of osteomyelitis in patients with stage IV sacral pressure ulcers is controversial. We conducted a systematic literature review and did not find evidence of benefit of antibacterial therapy in this setting without concomitant surgical debridement and wound coverage. Furthermore, many patients with chronically exposed bone do not have evidence of osteomyelitis when biopsied, and MRI may not accurately distinguish osteomyelitis from bone remodeling. The goal of therapy should be local wound care...

Differences between Patient- and Proxy-reported HRQoL Using the Wound-Qol.

The purpose of this study was to examine the self- and proxy-report agreement on the Wound-QoL questionnaire to assess health-related quality of life in patients with chronic wounds. Patients and their proxies (in this case relatives) were recruited via different nursing services in Germany and asked to complete the Wound-QoL. Intraclass correlation coefficients were calculated for each Wound-QoL scale and the total score, and weighted Cohen's Kappa coefficients for individual items. Proxies tended to repor...

Contemporary Surgical Trends in the Management of Symptomatic Meniscal Tears among United States Military Servicemembers from 2010 to 2015.

The purpose of this investigation is to report on trends over time in the treatment of meniscal pathology among military orthopaedic surgeons, as well as to evaluate the impact of patient demographics and concomitant procedure on the type of meniscal procedure performed. We performed a retrospective analysis of all active-duty United States military servicemembers who underwent a meniscal procedure from 2010 to 2015 within the Military Health System. Patient demographics and surgical variables were extracte...

Skeletal muscle regeneration by extracellular matrix biological scaffold: a case report.

A case report of a 17-year-old female with a complex, non-healing, two-month-old wound, wherein exposed fibula was evident. On assessment, the wound measured 35cm in length, 3cm in width, and was 1cm deep, along the lateral aspect of the left lower leg. A rim of granulation tissue was visible along the wound edge. The exposed bone measured 20cm in length, and was 3cm wide. Porcine-derived, extracellular matrix (ECM) biological scaffold was placed on the wound bed to facilitate regeneration of the patient's ...


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