Topical haemostatic agents for skin wounds: a systematic review

@inproceedings{Groenewold2011TopicalHA,
  title={Topical haemostatic agents for skin wounds: a systematic review},
  author={Marieke D Groenewold and Astrid J Gribnau and Dirk Th Ubbink},
  booktitle={BMC surgery},
  year={2011}
}
BackgroundVarious agents and techniques have been introduced to limit intra-operative blood loss from skin lesions. No uniformity regarding the type of haemostasis exists and this is generally based on the surgeon's preference. To study the effectiveness of haemostatic agents, standardized wounds like donor site wounds after split skin grafting (SSG) appear particularly suitable. Thus, we performed a systematic review to assess the effectiveness of haemostatic agents in donor site wounds… CONTINUE READING

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