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by John F. Hansbrough

Free eBook Wound Coverage With Biologic Dressings and Cultured Skin Substitutes (Medical Intelligence Unit) download ISBN: 1879702177
Author: John F. Hansbrough
Publisher: R G Landes Co (June 1, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 152
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences
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by John F. Published 1992 by . Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-147) and index. Medical intelligence unit, Medical intelligence unit (Unnumbered). Landes in Austin, TX. Written in English. Biological Dressings, Burns, Burns and scalds, Methods, Skin Transplantation, Skin-grafting, Surgical dressings, Technique, Therapy, Treatment.

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Burn wounds require coverage for healing to occur. Many techniques have been utilized to achieve such a closed wound, including biologic dressings, autologous skin, and skin substitutes. These and other methods are discussed. MeSH terms, Substances.

Skin Substitute Venous Ulcer Skin Equivalent Dermal Substitute Dermal Equivalent. 1992) Wound coverage with biologic dressings and cultured skin substitutes. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Landes, Austin, US. oogle Scholar.

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egra-Skin substitute-Dermal substitute-Cultured en-Animal model. Engineered skin substitutes have been developed to address the medical need for wound coverage and tissue repair. Currently, no engineered skin substitute can replace all of the functions of intact human skin. A variety of biologic dressings and skin substitutes have however contributed to improved outcomes for patients suffering from acute and chronic wounds. These include acellular biomaterials and composite cultured skin analogs containing allogeneic or autologous cultured skin cells.

Biologic dressings prevent evaporative water loss, heat loss, protein and electrolyte loss, and contamination.

Such coverage requirements may be appropriate for chronic wounds (.  . vascular ulcer of the leg) but are not appropriate for burn wounds and should be revised accordingly in current policies. This white paper provides support for Contractor policy changes that explicitly acknowledge that burn wounds cannot be equated with chronic wounds and their treatment. Grafting may use autologous skin grafts or biologic dressings and skin substitutes or both. Excision and grafting using biologic dressings or skin substitutes permits closure of extensive burns in stages, with autografting done at a later date; see detailed discussion elsewhere in this paper.

Methods in obtaining split‑thickness skin grafts from skin reduction surgery specimens Rebecca E. Bruccoleri1, Michael K. Matthew2 and John T. Schulz3. Abstract Background: To devise a method for obtaining bacterial culture-negative split-thickness skin grafts from specimens removed from living donors undergoing skin reduction surgery. pdf Hansbrough J (1992) Wound coverage with biologic dressings and culture skin substitutes. Landes Company, Austin Jackson D (1954) A clinical study of the use of skin homografts for burn.

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