debridement


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debridement

[dē′brīd·mənt]
(medicine)
A surgical procedure for removing lacerated, morbid, or contaminated tissue.
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8m revenues have been attained in North America through wound debridement products sales in 2015.
She highlighted a retrospective 12week study of topical wound treatments in 310 diabetic foot ulcers and 366 chronic venous leg ulcers which found that venous leg ulcers showed a 34% greater median wound surface area reduction following office visits with surgical debridement compared with no surgical debridement.
Patients were admitted in the in-patient department for the first debridement.
In these patients, abundance of necrotic tissues and the need for debridement caused the failure and insufficiency of VAC therapy.
After corneal cleansing with dilute povidoneiodine, cotton-tipped applicator debridement was performed.
No data were available for time to arrest of progression for surgical debridement alone.
Rising awareness about implications caused from presence of damaged tissues has compelled patients undergoing surgeries to opt for proper wound debridement measures.
Debridement and curettement of wound was achieved by sharp surgical debridement using scalpel, curette and scissors, followed by mechanical debridement using dry cotton swabs.
All patients underwent extensive debridement under spinal or general anaesthesia.
3,5,9-10,21-29) Periodontal debridement continues to be the gold standard for periodontal disease treatment.
Surgical treatments of nonunion avulsion fractures of the anterior tibial eminence include osteosynthesis [4, 5], ACL reconstruction [6], and debridement of the bony fragment [7, 8].
The standard of wound care is mechanical debridement (Mumcuoglu, Davidson, Avidan, & Gilead, 2012).