Use of skin grafting in the foot.

Abstract

Skin grafting is a useful adjunct to treating open wounds. It not only provides rapid wound coverage, but also eliminates the pain and the risk of further infection associated with open wounds. A successful skin graft take requires a well vascularized and relatively sterile bed, as well as complete resolution of any surrounding infection. The author reviews the indications and techniques for obtaining a successful skin graft take.

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@article{Attinger1995UseOS, title={Use of skin grafting in the foot.}, author={Chris E Attinger}, journal={Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association}, year={1995}, volume={85 1}, pages={49-56} }