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A double-blinded randomised controlled trial – do subcuticular non-absorbable skin sutures have a better aesthetic outcome than skin staples in large wound closures?
Patients with non-absorbable subcuticular skin closures had lower infection rates, better cosmetic outcome and better patient satisfaction outcome compared with skin staples, and are suggested to close the skin in elective abdominal open surgery.
Imaging Techniques Used for Wound Healing Assessment: A Systematic Review Part 1 Chronic Wounds
The most superior wound measuring device was two dimensional, however, hyperspectral imaging had strong potential but required further development in its technology and future clinic validation studies.
Differential benefits of steroid therapies in adults following major burn injury.