Modelling of chronic wound healing dynamics

@article{Cukjati2000ModellingOC,
  title={Modelling of chronic wound healing dynamics},
  author={Mr D. Cukjati and Stanislav Reber{\vs}ek and Renata Karba and Damijan Miklavcic},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={2000},
  volume={38},
  pages={339-347}
}
Following chronic wound area over time can give a general overview of wound healing dynamics. Decrease or increase in wound area over time has been modelled using either exponential or linear models, which are two-parameter mathematical models. In many cases of chronic wound healing, a delay of healing process was noticed. Such dynamics cannot be described solely with two parameters. The reported study deals with two-, three-, and four-parameter models. Assessment of the models was based on… CONTINUE READING

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