Healing chronic wounds

@inproceedings{Harding2002HealingCW,
  title={Healing chronic wounds},
  author={K Harding and H L Morris and Girish Khandubhai Patel},
  year={2002}
}
New physical, pharmacological, biological, and surgical treatments offer the possibility of tailor made therapy Chronic wounds represent a major health burden and drain on resources. Recent advances in our understanding of chronic wound biology have led to the development of several new treatments that offer renewed hope to patients with ulcers and other chronic wounds. Defining the role of these new treatment, in the context of the increasing number of patients with chronic wounds, represents… CONTINUE READING

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