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The ins and outs of wound debridement

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Dec 21, 2016

Studies have shown that frequent, sharp wound debridement encourages wounds to heal faster than less-frequent debridement, but no overall consensus has been reached regarding the superiority of any single technique, write podiatrists Suhad Hadi and Rebecca Inwood. Hadi and Inwood review factors to consider when choosing a debridement method and discuss mechanical, biosurgical, enzymatic, autolytic and surgical debridement methods. Podiatry Today magazine (12/2016)


Peptide-hydrogel accelerates wound healing in studies

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Dec 21, 2016

Many hospital readmissions from nursing facilities are avoidable, study finds

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Dec 28, 2016

Study looks at negative pressure would therapy using zinc-coated foam

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Jan 04, 2017

MiMedx's EpiFix allograft scores reimbursement win from Aetna

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Jan 04, 2017

Compound prevents bacteria from adhering to cells in wounds

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Dec 28, 2016

Reliability of mobile wound measurement device tested in study

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Dec 21, 2016

Wound-healing gel uses patient's own plasma

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Jan 04, 2017

HHS enacts new person-centered nursing home regulations

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Rules aim to make nursing homes more patient-centric

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Dec 28, 2016


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