Fish skin for wound healing
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Benskin, Linda L. L. (UTMB Repository (The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston), 2013-05)Unrelenting heat, poor sanitation, lack of knowledge, and poverty contribute to a disabling wound prevalence that often exceeds 20% in rural areas of tropical developing countries. Wounds in this environment are usually ...
Effects on Blood Flow Velocity, Wound Healing and Pain in Hand Microsurgery Patients Following Heating on Non-Affected Side So, Heeyoung; Kim, Minsuk (2013-10-22)Session presented on: Tuesday, July 23, 2013: Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of heating on the non-affected hand on blood flow velocity, wound healing, and pain for hand microsurgery patients. ...
Haerr, Jennifer; Hull, Lauren; Miller, KaylaNot all Medical-Surgical units at Blessing Hospital have a soiled linen containment system. Containing soiled linens prevents the spread of infection and maintains a health environment for patients and staff.
A validation study for the classification of the level of severity of malignant skin lesions in cancer patients Gilmore, Mary AnnA methodological study using a modified Delphi survey was conducted to determine whether or not there was consensus among wound care experts in identifying categories and characteristics essential for classifying malignant ...
Translating Evidence Into Practice in the Residential Aged Care Setting: Long Term Sustainability of the Champions for Skin Integrity Model Finlayson, Kathleen; Gibb, Michelle; Edwards, Helen Ethel; Chang, Anne M. (2014-11-17)Session presented on Monday, July 28, 2014: Background and Aim: The incidence of both chronic and acute wounds increases with age and wound care is thus a significant issue for carers and consumers in aged care facilities. ...