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debridement

[dē′brīd·mənt]
(medicine)
A surgical procedure for removing lacerated, morbid, or contaminated tissue.
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In particular we wanted to examine the time delay from emergency room admission to surgery, the initial extent of the disease, and the impact of more than one debridement procedure under general anesthesia.
NasdaqGM: MSON), an international surgical device company that designs, manufactures and markets innovative therapeutic ultrasonic products for spine surgery, skull-based surgery, neurosurgery, wound debridement, cosmetic surgery, laparoscopic surgery and other surgical applications, participated in the 42[sup.
In summary, arthroscopic irrigation and debridement is most commonly indicated for low-energy GSWs but can also be used for low-energy wounds with minimal soft-tissue injury.
The operative diagnosis was necrotizing fasciitis, and a wide debridement was performed.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been used in necrotizing fasciitis to minimize mortality and to reduce the number of surgical debridements required to control infection.
The procedures and timing of debridements, xenografting, and skin grafting are shown in the Table.
Their study observed 149 adults undergoing daily debridements.
A diagnosis of necrotizing fasciitis was made, and the patient was taken urgently to the operating room for debridement of the left hand, forearm, and all other injection sites.
After extensive surgical debridement to remove the lesion, however, a cure was achieved.
One patient with a type IIIC open fracture stabilized with an external fixator had a deep wound infection necessitating multiple surgical debridements and intravenous antibiotics.
Bongiorno performed numerous debridements on the patient's heel wound.
com) announced today that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted 510(k) clearance for the Company's UlcerJet(TM) system, a device used for the debridement of chronic (non-healing) wounds.