A study of biofilm-based wound management in subjects with critical limb ischaemia.

  title={A study of biofilm-based wound management in subjects with critical limb ischaemia.},
  author={Randall D. Wolcott and Daniel D Rhoads},
  journal={Journal of wound care},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={145-8, 150-2, 154-5}
OBJECTIVE Bacterial biofilms cause or complicate numerous medical conditions, including chronic wounds. Biofilm-based wound care (BBWC) management strategies that suppress biofilm have been designed and are used extensively at the Southwest Regional Wound Care Center in Lubbock, Texas and are described in this article. This retrospective single-centre study was designed to evaluate the frequency of complete healing in subjects with a chronic wound in a limb with critical limb ischaemia (CLI… CONTINUE READING

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