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The Basic Needs to Achieve Wound Healing

Author: Téot Luc Mani Raj; Jaypee Brothers (Jaypeedigital)
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publisher (P) Ltd., 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1/eView all editions and formats
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Nonhealing of a wound could be the result of malnutrition, anaemia and neoplasia. Infection is a cause of wounds and also responsible delaying healing. Leg ulcer is prevalent in 1% of the population of developed countries. Leg ulcers involve chronic progressive loss of skin of the foot that does not heal spontaneously. Mixed ulcer combines signs of arterial and venous insufficiency. Burn wounds can be classified as  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Téot Luc Mani Raj; Jaypee Brothers (Jaypeedigital)
ISBN: 9789350250129 9350250128
OCLC Number: 1097216708
Description: 241 : digital
Responsibility: Mani Raj, Téot Luc.

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Nonhealing of a wound could be the result of malnutrition, anaemia and neoplasia. Infection is a cause of wounds and also responsible delaying healing. Leg ulcer is prevalent in 1% of the population of developed countries. Leg ulcers involve chronic progressive loss of skin of the foot that does not heal spontaneously. Mixed ulcer combines signs of arterial and venous insufficiency. Burn wounds can be classified as first degree, partial thickness and deep burn. All wound respond to injury with an inflammatory phase. Growth factors play an important role in wound healing. Pressure ulcers can be prevented by repositioning of the patients and by the use of certain special beds. Chronic infectious lower extremity wounds can be classified as primary wounds, chronic infections with secondary ulceration and chronic leg ulcers with secondary infections. Diabetic foot ulcer can be managed by different types of debridement techniques. Different types of dressing can be done for wound depending upon the clinical characteristics and its depth. Ulcers can be treated by using traditional Chinese therapy and also managed by the usage of honey.

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