Effects of occlusive and semiocclusive dressings on the return of barrier function to transepidermal water loss in standardized human wounds.


Clinical observation and histologic examination of excised wounds have confirmed that occlusive dressings promote rapid wound reepithelialization. However, normalization of barrier function has not been routinely assessed in studies of occlusive dressing effects on wound healing. We examined the effects of occlusive dressings on the reestablishment of the… (More)


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