The impact of negative-pressure wound therapy with instillation compared with standard negative-pressure wound therapy: a retrospective, historical, cohort, controlled study.

@article{Kim2014TheIO,
  title={The impact of negative-pressure wound therapy with instillation compared with standard negative-pressure wound therapy: a retrospective, historical, cohort, controlled study.},
  author={Paul J. Kim and Christopher E. Attinger and John S. Steinberg and Karen F. Kim Evans and Kelly A Powers and Rex W Y Hung and Jesse R Smith and Zinnia M Rocha and Larry A Lavery},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={133 3},
  pages={709-16}
}
BACKGROUND Negative-pressure wound therapy with instillation is a novel wound therapy that combines negative pressure with instillation of a topical solution. METHODS This retrospective, historical, cohort-control study examined the impact of negative-pressure wound therapy with and without instillation. RESULTS One hundred forty-two patients (negative-pressure wound therapy, n = 74; therapy with instillation, 6-minute dwell time, n = 34; and therapy with instillation, 20-minute dwell time… CONTINUE READING
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