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Efficacy Study of a Bioelectric Dressing Used With Negative Pressure Wound Therapy to Treat Diabetic and Pressure Ulcers

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a bioelectric wound dressing, used in conjunction with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), is effective in the treatment of diabetic and pressure ulcers of the foot.


Incisional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Prevention of Postoperative Infections Following Caesarean Section

The purpose of this study is to examine whether obese women (BMI >= 30) who give birth by caesarean section have a reduced incidence of wound infection and dehiscence when incisional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy is applied prophylactically following caesarean section.

Safety and Efficacy Study of GC1008 to Treat Renal Cell Carcinoma or Malignant Melanoma

The purpose of this study is to determine the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of GC1008, a human anti-transforming growth factor-beta (TGFβ) monoclonal antibody in previously treated patients with locally advanced or metastatic renal cell carcinoma or malignant melanoma.


Topical Negative Pressure Wound Therapy to Prevent Wound Complications Following Cesarean Section in High Risk Obstetric Patients

This is a randomized controlled trial. Patients with a condition that increases their risk of a wound complication will be approached for inclusion in the trial. Each participant agreeing to study inclusion will be randomized to either suture alone or to closure of their skin incision with suture and then with prophylactic placement of a wound vac (PICO).

VeraFlo With Prontosan® and Wound and Fracture Healing.

To answer the question: "Do Prontosan instillations decrease time to wound and fracture healing and decrease bacterial load compared to wound vac treatment without Prontosan?," we will enroll up to 30 subjects (for an anticipated 20 complete data sets) into this trial. The subjects will be split equally into two different groups by randomization. One groups will have wound vac therapy with Prontosan, and one group will have wound vac therapy without Prontosan. Data related to w...

Prophylactic Closed Incision Negative Pressure Wound Therapy on Abdominal Wounds - Clinical and Economic Perspectives

This study evaluates whether specialist negative pressure dressings reduce the risk of wound infections after operations when compared to conservative dressings, and if one negative pressure dressings works better than another. The study will look at patients who have had an open operation on their bowel and the wound closed at the end of the operation.

Assessment Of Infrared Photobiotherapy for Improved Wound Healing

The purpose of this study is to examine whether or not Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) can reduce pain and/or improve wound healing in patients with an acute traumatic injury to the upper extremity (wrist, forearm, or elbow).

Impact of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy on Free Muscle Flaps

Aim of the study is to prove the utility and safety of the negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) in the postoperative management of free flaps. The quantitative assessment of the entirety of clinical main relevant parameters like edema formation, microcirculation, macrocirculation and wound healing should create a better and comprehensive understanding of the NPWT effects in this field.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pressure Wounds

The purpose of this study is to assess the difference in the percent reduction in wound surface area, without surgery, of chronic pressure ulcers of the pelvic region for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) compared to the standard dressing. This study is designed to provide evidence regarding NPWT as compared to standard dressing regimens and compare the efficacy, safety, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness.

An Observational Clinical Trial Examining the Effect of Topical Oxygen Therapy (NATROX™) on the Rates of Healing of Chronic Diabetic Foot Ulcers

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of NATROX™ Topical Oxygen Wound Therapy for subjects with non-healing foot ulceration. Subjects will be treated with standard care for 4 weeks. If the wound is not reduced by more than 40%, NATROX™ will be applied for the next 12 weeks. Throughout the study period, wound measurements will be taken to measure wound reduction.

Prevention of Wound Complications After Cesarean Delivery in Obese Women Utilizing Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Wound complications after Cesarean section (C-section) are common in obese women. Approximately 25% of obese women having a C-section will have a wound complication. This research study is designed to assess whether applying a source of vacuum (suction) to the wound can reduce the risk of wound complications. The investigators plan to enroll 220 women into the study. Women will be randomly selected to receive standard stitching and stapling of the incision (cut on the ...

MIST Therapy's End-Stage Renal Disease Patients Presenting Wounds

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of MIST Therapy in combination with standard of care (SOC) compared to SOC alone on reducing the bacteria in your wound and preparing the wound bed for surgical closure in patients who are diagnosed with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and have chronic, non-healing wounds. The MIST Therapy System delivers therapeutic ultrasound to the wound bed without direct contact. Saline solution is converted into fine particles and...

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Healing Abdominal Incision in Obese Patients Undergoing Breast Reconstruction Surgery

This trial studies the safety and how well negative pressure wound therapy works in healing the abdominal incision in obese patients undergoing free flap breast reconstruction surgery. Using negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) instead of standard dressing (bandages) may improve wound healing at the surgical site in the abdomen where tissue was collected for breast reconstruction surgery.

The Risk of Postoperative Wound Complications Following the Use of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Patients Undergoing Mastectomy

To evaluate the risk of postoperative wound complications following the use of Avelle negative pressure wound therapy in patients undergoing mastectomy and flap fixation, which might serve as a basis for a randomized controlled trial

Incisional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in High Risk Patients Undergoing Panniculectomy: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial

Incisional negative pressure therapy (INPWT) has previously been shown in certain patient populations to decrease wound healing complications, decrease the rate of hematomas and seromas, as well as have better scar quality. We have found a group of patients, those who have panniculectomies in preparation for renal transplant, with significantly higher rates of wound healing complications. We believe the best way to demonstrate benefits of incisional negative pressure wound ther...

Prophylactic Negative Wound Therapy in Laparotomy Wounds.

Post-operative wound issues in abdominal surgery have a significant impact on patient outcomes. The impact of different types of wound therapy are not clear in the literature. The hypothesis of this study is that NPWT has the potential to reduce Surgical Site Infections, however no study has compared the most commonly used products against standard dressings.

Pelvic Floor Reconstruction Using Biological Mesh With Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Following ELAPE

Perineal wound healing is a significant challenge after extralevator abdominoperineal excision (ELAPE) due to a high rate of wound breakdown. And it was proved that neoadjuvant radiotherapy significantly increases perineal wound problems after abdominoperineal resection for rectal cancer. Negative pressure therapy has proven benefits in open wounds, and recently a negative pressure system has been developed for use on closed wounds at high risk of breakdown. A systematic review...

Comparison of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Versus Conventional Dressings for the Prevention of Wound Complications After Revision THA

Wound complications and surgical site infections following revision total joint arthroplasty result in significant morbidity and cost. To the investigators knowledge, no prospective, randomized controlled trials have examined the rate of wound complications, infection, and reoperation following revision total hip arthroplasty when treated with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) versus sterile dressings. The investigators hypothesize that the rate of wound complications, inf...

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Wound Healing After Stoma Reversal

Stoma reversal is associated with high incidence of post-surgical complications, including Surgical Site Infections (SSI). Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) has been successfully applied to surgical wound management, reducing the SSIs incidence. This is a randomized open-label trial to assess the efficacy of NPWT in decreasing the rate of SSI after stoma reversal.

Wound Dressings Adapted to Wound Exudate and Bacterial Load in Therapy Resistant Large Sized Leg Ulcers

The purpose of the study was to investigated if modern wound dressings adapting to wound exudation and the amount of bacterial colonization can heal large therapy resistant leg ulcers which had a pre-treatment with compresses, ointments and gauze

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Compared to Traditional Care After Skin Grafting

The aim of this study is to compare negative pressure wound therapy to traditional care after split-thickness skin grafting in patients aged over 18.

Single-Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Free Flap Donor Sites

Various management options for free flap donor sites that require split thickness skin grafting exist. None has proven superior from both a patient care and a cost standpoint. Major complications occurring at these surgical sites include wound breakdown, tendon exposure, and loss of function. We seek to investigate the use of the PICO single-use negative pressure wound therapy device in these surgical sites and determine if it can yield superior results to simpler methods.

Evaluation of Topical Wound Oxygen (two2) Therapy

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of the Topical Wound Oxygen (two2) therapy system on the healing of diabetic lower extremity ulcers.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Surgical Site Infection Prevention in Common Femoral Artery Exposure

The purpose of this randomized clinical trial is to investigate the role of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) vs standard sterile gauze therapy on the incidence of surgical site infections (SSI) in primarily closed groin incisions in high risk patients undergoing any open common femoral artery exposure for a vascular surgery procedure.

Secondary Versus Tertiary Wound Closure in High Risk Gynecologic Abdominal Surgical Incisions

The purpose of this research study is to determine if closing a surgical wound differently is better than the procedure that is currently used. The wound will be closed with what is considered "tertiary intent." This means, rather than leaving the wound open, the wound will be partially closed after surgery, and then completely closed 4-7 days after surgery. The investigators also want to see how this new wound closure process affects your quality of life.


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