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Drugs may aid or impede wound healing

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | Apr 26, 2017

A reference work in the journal Ostomy Wound Management details which pharmacological agents tend to promote wound healing and which can have negative effects. Anticoagulants and antimicrobials, for example, can retard healing, as can long-term use of steroids and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; hemorrheologic agents, prostaglandins and certain natural topical products can assist wound repair. Pharmacy Times online (04/25)


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CDC recommends hygiene, antimicrobials to prevent SSIs

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Clinic offers wound care, disease management to reduce amputations

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Experts substituted moss for bandages during WWI

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | May 03, 2017

Tailored tutorials, supplies take some guesswork out of wound care

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | May 24, 2017

Vascular intervention saves patient from amputation

Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | May 10, 2017

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Advanced Tissue SmartBrief | May 17, 2017


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