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Jørgensen Bo - - 2011
This prospective, uncontrolled pilot study evaluated the safety and clinical performance of Leucopatch an additive-free, autologous platelet-rich fibrin in the treatment of recalcitrant chronic wounds. Fifteen patients, with 16 lower extremity chronic wounds of varying etiologies were treated weekly with Leucopatch, prepared at the point of care from a donation ...
Weindorf Maren - - 2011
Background: Despite a variety of therapeutic approaches, many patients with chronic wounds remain refractory to treatment. Products such as Tegaderm™ Matrix were developed especially for such patients to alter the wound environment and reactivate the stagnant wound healing process. Patients and Methods: In this prospective post-authorization observational product study, a ...
Bilgin Tugsan Egemen - - 2011
OBJECTIVES: To assess the impact of wound infiltration with bupivacaine and i.m. diclofenac administration on patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) tramadol consumptions and postoperative pain in patients who underwent radical retropubic prostatectomy (RRP) under general anesthesia.Previous studies have found only limited or no benefits of local anesthetics for postoperative opioid consumption and ...
Lee Suck-Ho - - 2011
BACKGROUND: The optimal duration of proton pump inhibitor (PPI) use in the treatment of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD)-induced ulcers has not been well defined. AIMS: The aim of study was to determine the optimal duration of PPI treatment for ESD-induced gastric ulcers. METHODS: A total of 333 patients who underwent ...
Lund-Nielsen Betina - - 2011
Malignant wounds (MWs) occur in 5-10% of all cancer patients. Malodor and exudation are the most common side effects. The aim was to determine the influence of honey-coated compared with silver-coated bandages on treatment of MWs. Patients were randomly selected to enter either group A (honey-coated bandages) or group B ...
Egemen Onur - - 2011
Venous ulcers are characterised by longstanding and recurrent loss of skin integrity. Once occurred, healing is slow and recurrence is high because of inappropriate conditions of the wound bed. This study involves 20 patients with chronic venous ulcers at least 6 weeks of duration treated with negative pressure wound therapy ...
Skórkowska-Telichowska Katarzyna - - 2011
The great diversity of wounds and the broad range of available dressings complicate the selection of proper chronic wound treatment. Choosing the right treatment is the essential step in the healing process. In this review, we focus on chronic nonhealing ulcers, which are a critical problem in clinical practice, and ...
Kim Jae-Hwa - - 2011
PURPOSE: To evaluate functional and radiographic results of arthroscopic suture anchor repair for posterior root tear of the medial meniscus (PRTMM) and compare with pullout suture repair. METHODS: From December 2006 to August 2008, 51 consecutive patients underwent arthroscopic repair of PRTMM at our hospital. The repair technique was switched ...
Singer Adam J - - 2011
One of the most important and earliest measures of burn healing is wound reepithelialization. Reepithelialization is a vital determinant of wound infection and scarring. Reepithelialization is generally based on gross visual assessment; however, histological assessment remains the criterion standard. We hypothesized that there would be poor agreement (r < .4) ...
Silverstein Paul - - 2011
An open, parallel, randomized, comparative, multicenter study was implemented to evaluate the cost-effectiveness, performance, tolerance, and safety of a silver-containing soft silicone foam dressing (Mepilex Ag) vs silver sulfadiazine cream (control) in the treatment of partial-thickness thermal burns. Individuals aged 5 years and older with partial-thickness thermal burns (2.5-20% BSA) ...
Blount Andrew L - - 2011
Despite advancements in wound care treatments for the management of acute and chronic wounds, there remains an unmet need for interventions that accelerate epithelialization. Many authors in the past have advocated the use of electric currents to accelerate wound healing. Novel wound dressings with inherent electric activity are emerging, and ...
Singer Adam J - - 2011
Reepithelialization of mid-dermal burns is delayed by the presence of a layer of necrotic eschar. The authors hypothesized that rapid selective debridement using an enzymatic bromelain-based preparation, Debrase®, would speed reepithelialization. Forty mid-dermal burns (2.5 × 2.5 cm) were created on the back and flanks of two anesthetized domestic pigs ...
Bari M S - - 2011
The present study has been designed to compare the postoperative pain relief for inguinal hernia repair in children through wound infiltration with levobupivacaine with that provided by paracetamol administration per rectaly. This interventional study was carried out in the Department of Paediatric surgery, Mymensingh Medical College Hospital, Mymensingh and Dhaka ...
Atzingen Dênia Amélia Novato Castelli Von - - 2011
PURPOSE: To determine the optimum concentration of a gel obtained from unripe banana (Musa sapientum) peel for wound treatment in rats. METHODS: A randomized triple blind study was conducted with 40 Wistar rats, which were divided into 4 groups: CG, control group; G2%, 2% gel concentration group; G4%, 4% gel ...
Ragi Jennifer - - 2011
Background: Wound healing is a dynamic and complex process affected by tissue hydration, the presence of bacteria, inflammation, and other variables. Oregano has potent antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. Studies of oregano ointment on wound healing are lacking. Objective: To determine the efficacy of 3% oregano extract ointment on ...
Upton Zee - - 2011
Several different advanced treatments have been used to improve healing in chronic wounds, but none have shown sustained success. The application of topical growth factors (GFs) has displayed some potential, but the varying results, high doses and high costs have limited their widespread adoption. Many treatments have ignored the evidence ...
Lou Zheng-Cai - - 2011
Objective: To retrospectively study the clinical effects of eardrum flap area on the healing outcome following traumatic perforation. Methods: Totally 291 traumatic eardrum perforations with in-/everted edges were included in this study. They were randomly divided into three groups and received conservative treatment, epidermal growth factor (EGF) via Gelfoam patching, ...
Foster Kevin N - - 2011
Previous studies of recombinant human thrombin (rThrombin) enrolled adult and adolescent patients. This phase 4, open-label, single-group study was conducted in pediatric patients undergoing synchronous burn wound excision and skin grafting to provide information regarding the safety and immunogenicity of rThrombin (primary and secondary endpoints) in this population. Topical rThrombin ...
Lou Z-C - - 2011
Clin. Otolaryngol. 2011, 36, 450-460 Objectives:  To evaluate the outcome of spontaneous healing of aetiology-, size- and type-different groups of acute traumatic eardrum perforation and to characterise changes in the morphology of the healing eardrum in various conditions. Study design:  Prospective clinical study. Setting:  University-affiliated teaching hospital. Participants:  A total ...
Pruksapong Chatchai - - 2011
Chronic wound is a common clinical condition and often cause treatment problems. This is because chronic wound usually require extended treatment period, which result in high hospital cost. The treatment of chronic wound depends on the type of wound, the cause of wound, and the physical status of patient. Vacuum ...
Ogrin Rajna - - 2011
Successful wound healing requires adequate transcutaneous oxygen tension (tcpO(2) ). TcpO(2) may not commonly be incorporated in clinical assessments because of variable measurement response at different sensory temperatures. This study aims to assess the relationship between changes in tcpO(2) , measured under basal (39°C) and stimulated (44°C) conditions and healing ...
Albuquerque Paulo Cezar Vidal Carneiro de - - 2011
PURPOSE: To measure the healed areas of osteochondral defects produced in femoral condyles of rabbits filled with biopolymer sugar cane gel and to compare these with those of the control group at 90, 120 and 180 days. METHODS: A study was made of 16 New Zealand rabbits, 6 and 7 ...
Cardoso Camila Lopes - - 2011
PURPOSE: To evaluate two treatment modalities of dry socket in rats and to discuss the first findings of the molecular analysis in this experimental model. METHODS: 84 rats underwent a tooth extraction were divided in 4 groups: I-uninfected socket (control), II-infected socket without any treatment, III-infected socket treated with irrigation ...
Singer Adam J - - 2011
ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE 2011; 18:1060-1064 © 2011 by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine ABSTRACT: Objectives:  A novel wound closure device combining a mesh tape and octylcyanoacrylate (OCA) topical skin adhesive (TSA) was developed to facilitate wound closure and enhance the adhesive's strength. The objective of this study was to ...
Heinen Maud - - 2011
OBJECTIVE: Investigating the effectiveness of the Lively Legs program for promoting adherence with ambulant compression therapy and physical exercise as well as effects on leg ulcer recurrence. DESIGN: A randomized controlled trial. SETTING: Eleven outpatient clinics for dermatology in the Netherlands participated in the study. PATIENTS: 184 patients attending the ...
Warriner Robert A - - 2011
This retrospective analysis included intent-to-treat control patient data from two published, randomised, diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) trials in an effort to differentiate ulcers that are unlikely to heal by 12 weeks despite early healing progress [≥50% percent area reduction (PAR) at 4 weeks]. Predicted and actual wound area trajectories in ...
Ciria-Recasens Manel - - 2011
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Calcium and vitamin D supplementation is recommended in patients with osteopenia and osteoporosis. One group that could benefit from this treatment is women with senile osteoporosis. Two sources of supplementary calcium are ossein-hydroxyapatite complex (OHC) and calcium carbonate, but, to date, their comparative effects on bone metabolism ...
Dumont Frédéric - - 2011
BACKGROUND: Abdominoperineal resections (APR) for anorectal tumors are associated with a high rate of perineal wound complications. The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of pseudocontinent perineal colostomy (PPC) following APR on perineal wound healing. METHODS: All patients undergoing APR between 2000 and 2009 were retrospectively reviewed. ...
Utsunomiya Makoto - - 2012
Several reports have been published of the acceptable patency and limb salvage rates after infrapopliteal interventions for the treatment of critical limb ischemia (CLI). However, the optimal angiographic end point of endovascular therapy (EVT) remains unclear. This study assessed the relationship between the appearance of wound blush as an angiographic ...
Rawe Ian M - - 2011
Pulsed radio frequency energy (PRFE) has successfully been used to treat diabetic and venous stasis ulcers. In this case report, a lightweight wearable form of a PFRE device was evaluated and used to treat three diabetic foot ulcers and one venous stasis ulcer. The ulcers were present on the four ...
Kim Ki-Tack - - 2012
The aim of this study was to determine whether anterior column support is required in Smith-Petersen osteotomy procedure with correction angles of more than 10°, while examining the subsequent healing patterns in relation to the disrupted area. An analysis was done on 26 segments of 19 patients who showed a ...
Guven Mehmet - - 2011
The aim of the study was to investigate the efficacy of 5-flourouracil/triamcinolone acetonide (5-FU/TA), carnitine and dexamethasone on wound healing in an animal model of tracheal injury. Twenty-eight rats underwent surgical injury of the tracheal mucosa and perichondrium under general anesthesia, and were randomized into four groups. Group I (the ...
Ozturan Seda - - 2011
Coronally advanced flap (CAF) technique and its modifications have been proposed in the literature. Low intensity laser therapy (LILT) is shown to increase wound healing. The aim of this split-mouth randomized controlled pilot study was to assess the effects of LILT with respect to root coverage after CAF procedure for ...
Lou Zhengcai - - 2012
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) treatment on traumatic perforation of the tympanic membrane at different time points. This is a prospective clinical study. Patients with traumatic perforations of the tympanic membrane were given a treatment of gelatin sponge + ...
Gethin Georgina - - 2011
Lymphoedema is a chronic, incurable, debilitating condition, usually affecting a limb and causes discomfort, pain, heaviness, limited motion, unsatisfactory appearance and impacts on quality of life. However, there is a paucity of prevalence data on this condition. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of lymphoedema among persons attending wound ...
Ogbemudia Alfred O - - 2011
INTRODUCTION: In corrective osteotomy, wound closure is undertaken with or without deflation of the tourniquet. Hypoxia from the tourniquet causes vasodilatation associated with reactionary haemorrhage and reduced haemoglobin concentration and possibly increased blood transfusion rate. Reactionary haemorrhage and related transfusion need can be reduced through vasoconstriction from adrenaline infiltration. METHOD: ...
Liu Ji - - 2011
PURPOSE: To report and discuss the three cases of patients with chronic non-healing wounds who underwent PRP therapy. METHODS: After thorough debridement and necessary dressing changes, 30-50ml of whole blood was drawn from the patient's vein, from which PRP was extracted and applied to the wound. Seven or ten days ...
Mehta Salil S Department of Ophthalmology, Lilavati Hospital and Research Center, Bandra Reclamation, Mumbai, India, - - 2012
A 28-year-old female patient with disseminated tuberculosis and choroidal tubercles on a regimen of systemic antitubercular therapy underwent fundus photography and optical coherence tomography (OCT). This was carried out monthly until complete healing of the tubercle was seen. The tubercle consisted of a central white-yellow core, consistent with choroiditis, with ...
Schuckert Karl-Heinz - - 2011
This article describes the development of a new surgical approach to periodontal treatment. Twenty patients who suffered from bone defects without existing bony walls due to adult periodontitis were treated in three different groups using methods of bone tissue engineering. At that time no surgical technique existed that could be ...
Sugamata Akira - - 2011
Abstract From 2006 to 2009 we treated nine cases (11 toes) with pincer nail deformity of the first toe, using phenol. There were 8 women and 1 man, age range 9-81 years (mean 51). They were followed up for 7-17 months (mean 12) and all reported improvement of the pincer ...
Gazzabin L - - 2011
The aim of this study was to assess a spray formulation containing colloidal silver and hyaluronic acid. Patients included in the study were divided in two separate groups: 30 patients had chronic wounds and 24 patients had superficial traumatic wounds. Applications were performed at intervals of 3-7 days, depending upon ...
Parlakgumus Alper - - 2011
: Monopolar electrocauterization produces thermal effects on neighboring tissues, causing tissue damage. Recently, tissue sealing-cutting devices, which are easy to use and achieve simultaneous selective sealing and cutting with less production of heat, have been used. : The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of a tissue ...
Landry Gregory J - - 2011
To evaluate factors that predict healing and to assess functional outcome and survival following transmetatarsal amputations (TMAs) for forefoot gangrene. Retrospective case-control study. University hospital. All patients undergoing TMA from January 1, 2004, through December 31, 2010. Transmetatarsal amputations performed in all patients. Transmetatarsal amputation healing, ambulation, living status, and ...
Feldman-Idov Yulie - - 2011
Wounds of the lower extremities are a significant public health problem, being severe and costly to treat. Adjunctive treatment with hyperbaric oxygenation (HBOT) has proven to be a useful and cost-effective means of treating ischemic wounds, mainly in diabetic patients. To describe patients with ischemic wounds treated at the Rambam ...
Siddiqi Mohammad Salman - - 2011
Wound infection is one of the major complication post CABG that leads to prolonged length of stay and cost post surgery. Coronary artery bypass grafting is one of the most commonly performed operations in the world. The long saphenous vein harvested by traditional techniques is still widely used and caries ...
Sousa Fátima Aparecida Emm Faleiros FA Universidade de São Paulo, - - 2011
Lumbar epidural technique has been used in the treatment of lombosciatalgia since 1953. In most cases, methylprednisolone is used along with a local anesthetic, and it is not known whether the isolated use of methylprednisolone is equally effective in relieving symptoms. The objective of this study was to compare the ...
Yasmin Shakila S Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Unit II, Bahawal Victoria Hospital, Bahawalpur. - - 2011
To compare the effect of different suturing techniques in repeat caesarean section in terms of scar thickness, blood loss, operative time and scar dehiscence at the time of next caesarean section. A randomized double blinded trial. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department of Bahawal Victoria Hospital, Bahawalpur, from June 2005 to June ...
Schimmer Christoph - - 2012
Prophylactic retrosternal placement of a gentamicin-collagen sponge has been the subject of several recent clinical studies and is a matter of controversy. The present study is the first controlled, prospective, randomized, double-blind, single-center study to investigate the efficacy of a retrosternal gentamicin-collagen sponge in reducing sternal wound complications after heart ...
Tuttle Marie S - - 2011
Microbial infections delay wound healing, but the effect of the composition of the wound microbiome on healing parameters is unknown. To better understand bacterial communities in chronic wounds, we analyzed debridement samples from lower-extremity venous insufficiency ulcers using the following: conventional anaerobic and aerobic bacterial cultures; the Ibis T5000 universal ...
Metelmann Hans Robert - - 2011
Intention of the study (EudraCT No 2009-017418-56) is a proof of aesthetic benefit of triterpene treatment in superficial wounds. In an open, prospective, controlled, randomized, blindly evaluated multicentre phase II clinical trial a triterpene ointment (OG-S10) is compared intra individually with a state-of-the-art moist wound healing dressing (Mepilex(®)) in split ...
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