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Wound healing: biologic features and approaches to maximize healing trajectories.
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Current attitudes to, and use of, peri-operative analgesia in dogs and cats by veterinarians in New Zealand
Abstract AIM: To investigate the attitudes of veterinary practitioners in New Zealand to pain and analgesia, and their use of analgesic drugs, in dogs and cats. METHODS: A questionnaire posted toExpand
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Ratios of activated matrix metalloproteinase‐9 to tissue inhibitor of matrix metalloproteinase‐1 in wound fluids are inversely correlated with healing of pressure ulcers
Previous analyses of fluids collected from chronic, nonhealing wounds found elevated levels of inflammatory cytokines, elevated levels of proteinases, and low levels of growth factor activityExpand
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Evolution of quantitative bacteriology in wound management.
Having preceded man on earth, bacteria continue to exert their “territorial imperative.â€​ The normal state of man is not “germ-free.â€​ The interrelationship between man, his wounds, hisExpand
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WOUND INFECTION: A Failure of Wound Healing Caused by an Imbalance of Bacteria
Wound healing can no longer be thought of as a generic term. Wounds heal by various processes such as coagulation, inflammation, matrix synthesis and deposition, angiogenesis, fibroplasia,Expand
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Guidelines for the treatment of pressure ulcers
1. Co-chaired this panel 2. University of Washington, Seattle, WA 3. University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, Galveston, TX 4. Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, MD 5. Johns Hopkins MedicalExpand
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Optimizing healing of the acute wound by minimizing complications.
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An analysis of 1,423 facial fractures in 788 patients at an urban trauma center.
The hospital records of all patients presenting to a large urban trauma center emergency department with facial fractures from 1980 through 1984 were reviewed retrospectively. There were 788 patientsExpand
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The role of growth factors in the healing of chronic wounds
  • M. Robson
  • Medicine
  • Wound repair and regeneration : official…
  • 1 January 1997
The clinical use of growth factors for the treatment of nonhealing human wounds holds great therapeutic potential. However, numerous clinical studies of recombinant growth factors used to treatExpand
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