A controlled subatmospheric pressure dressing increases the rate of skin graft donor site reepithelialization.

Abstract

The ability to increase the rate of skin graft donor site reepithelialization significantly in a cost-effective manner has important implications for the patient undergoing major reconstructive procedures. In this study the effect of externally applied reduced pressure (the V.A.C.) on the rate of healing of donor site wounds was initially investigated using… (More)

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