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This article aims to help the practitioner by providing the tools to decide which type of closure or healing is best in a given situation. An overview of the main criteria and the different approaches to wound closure is presented. Each wound must be considered as a unique problem that requires a clinician to take into account all of its characteristics and limits to determine the best management approach.
Position of the knee may affect the range of movement (ROM) after a total knee replacement (TKR). It has been postulated that wound closure in extension may cause shortening of the extensor mechanism and increased tension on the soft tissues. The aim of this study was to determine effect of wound closure in TKR with the knee in flexion or extension on postoperative ROM and rehabilitation. A consecutive series of 121 patients underwent primary TKR between May 2011 and August 2012. Group A (60 patients) had w...
The loss of Achilles tendon results in reduced plantar flexion strength; however, in patients who are not fit for major reconstructive surgery, with soft-tissue defects overlying the tendon, Achilles tendon excision is a useful adjunct procedure for wound closure. We report 3 patients with infections around the Achilles tendons needing debridement procedures who underwent Achilles tendon excision for the purpose of wound closure. Local healing was achieved in all patients; all returned to their premorbid am...
A high proportion of postcesarean wound complications occur after patients have been discharged from the hospital, increasing personal and health care costs. We undertook this study to evaluate the association between skin closure methods (suture vs. staple) following a cesarean delivery and the frequency of wound complications occurring after hospital discharge.
This review highlights epithelialisation and therapeutic options to optimise and speed the epithelialisation process. To influence this process therapeutically, it is important for clinicians to understand the underlying principles of epithelialisation. The role of growth factors and the hostile local wound environment can explain why epithelial wound closure is so difficult to speed up in some chronic wounds. Clinicians should be aware of the different surgical techniques of skin grafting and more advanced...
Perineal wound complications after abdominoperineal resection (APR) have become a major clinical challenge. Myocutaneous flap closure has been proposed in place of primary closure to improve wound healing. We conducted this comprehensive meta-analysis to evaluate the current scientific evidence of primary closure versus myocutaneous flaps closure of perineal defects following APR for colorectal disease.
There remains a lack of understanding of how wound closure methods perform comparatively when exposed to patient-induced movement during healing and how they may contribute to bacterial infiltration in the wound site. The present study attempts to objectively quantify this gap. The study evaluates bacterial penetration and subsequent symptoms of infection of traditional sutures and an emerging tape-based, zip-type wound closure technology under physiologically relevant loading. In an in vivo model to simula...
The brighter outlook for 2019 is what happens when the learning curve starts to flatten out. Remember, this market has only existed for five years. Margins over the past six months have exceeded even pre-ACA levels, and loss ratios reached new lows in the second quarter of 2018.
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...
In this study, rat models of wound closure by first and second intention were developed to evaluate the influence that two immunosuppressants for treating multiple sclerosis (fingolimod, azathioprine) have on wound healing. Sixty-three Sprague-Dawley rats were daily treated with fingolimod (0.6 mg/kg), azathioprine (2.5 mg/kg) or placebo (saline). Following 6 weeks of treatment, a linear incision (1.5 cm) or a circular excisional defect (diameter 1.5 cm) was made on the dorsal skin. The treatments were...
Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is one of the most endemic diseases in livestock worldwide. The disease occurrence generally results in a huge economic impact. The virus may distribute across countries or even continents along the contact network of animal movements. The present study, therefore, aimed to explore a cattle movement network originated in Tak, a Thailand-Myanmar bordered province and to demonstrate how FMDV spread among the nodes of market, source and destination. Subsequently, we examined the ef...
The wound closure technique for lower third molar surgery (LTMS) is an operative factor that influences wound healing and the occurrence of early postoperative complications. The present study investigated 2 closure techniques (partial closure using 1 suture and the suture-less technique) after use of a modified buccal envelope flap for LTMS.
The prevalence of obesity is 26% among Hispanic children and teenagers and 47% among Hispanic adults. One contributor to obesity is sedentary behavior, such as using electronic screen devices (ie, screens). Low-income and Hispanic youths spend more time using such devices than other youths.
An ideal wound closure system is one that is effective, consistent, and efficient. Recent studies have demonstrated the efficacy of octyl-2-cyanoacrylate and mesh (Dermabond® Prineo®, Ethicon, Inc.) in the closure of surgical wounds. This study compared the use of Prineo® to subcuticular suture closure in reduction mammoplasty.
Different devices have been released for closure of femoral vascular access after coronary angiography or percutaneous coronary intervention, whereas evidence about their efficacy and safety when compared with manual compression or head to head is lacking, especially across different diameters of sheaths, age and sex.
Staged Strategy for Early Abdominal Wall Closure in a Case Involving Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Requiring Open Abdomen in Which Primary Fascial Closure was Difficult to Achieve: A Case Report.
Open abdomen is sometimes necessary to save lives after ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. We report a case in which a staged strategy for early abdominal wall closure was applied to prevent the severe complications due to the extended period of open abdomen. An 81-year-old man with ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm was transported to our hospital. After the first operation, which required open abdomen, prolonged visceral edema and retroperitoneal hematoma made primary fascial closure difficult. Me...
Large cutaneous and non-healing ulcers exhibit impaired epithelialization, which represents a major therapeutic challenge. Recently in Nature, Kurita et al. (2018) reported a surprising potential source of epithelial cells. The authors demonstrate that wound-resident mesenchymal cells can be reprogrammed to generate expandable epithelial tissues and facilitate wound closure.
Any alteration or impairment to normal wound healing can result in the development of chronic wounds, which may lead to serious complications such as infection and loss of body fluid and proteins. Primary closure alone may not be sufficient to fulfill the criteria of successful defect reconstruction. Therefore, additional procedures such as skin grafting must be considered as an option.
Wound healing can be a painful and time-consuming process in patients with diabetes mellitus. In light of this, the use of wound healing devices could help to accelerate this process. Here, cellulose-based films loaded with vitamin C (VitC) and/or propolis (Prop), two natural compounds with attractive properties were engineered. The starting materials and the cellulose-based films were characterized in detail. As assessed, vitamin C can be released from the Cel-PVA/VitC and Cel-PVA/VitC/Prop films in a cont...
While smoking remains one of the leading causes of death in Mexico, uptake of evidence-based cessation therapy remains low. Widespread use of mobile devices and internet in Mexico has created new avenues for providing access to cessation treatment.
The objective of the present work was to assess the level of evidence in economic evaluations of percutaneous left atrial appendage closure devices, and to test the complementarity of three different tools for assessing the quality of economic evaluations.
Adequate nutrition is required to maintain healthy skin integrity, and malnourished patients with poor protein diet often experience delayed wound healing. Understanding the cellular mechanisms of protein malnutrition will justify the importance of optimal protein diets in health and disease defense. Therefore in the present study, we examined the effects of changes in wound fluid composition and its function caused by protein malnutrition on wound healing. Rats were fed a control (CO; 20% protein) diet or ...
Wound closure, as a result of collective cell growth, is an essential biological response to injury. In the field of vascular biology, the response of vascular smooth muscle cells (SMCs) and endothelial cells (ECs) to injury and substrate surface is important in therapeutic clinical treatment interventions such as angioplasty and atherectomy. Specifically, the mechanism by which cells close wounds (i.e. proliferation versus migration) in response to injury stimuli is of interest to better modulate recurrent...
Left atrial appendage closure (LAAC) is increasingly used as an alternative to oral anticoagulation (OAC) for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation (AF) patients. Feasibility and safety of left atrial (LA) catheter ablation (CA) in patients with previously implanted LAAC devices have not been well studied. We report on the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of LA CA in the presence of a previously implanted LAAC device.