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10-years analyses of the German DRG-Data about negative pressure wound therapy.  
Kategorie: Negative pressure therapy Author: von Beckerath O, Zapenko A, Dissemond J et al. Thema: 10-years analyses of the German DRG-Data about negative pressure wound therapy. Abstract Exact...  
[Prophylaxis of Recurrent Venous Leg Ulcer.]  
Kategorie: Venous leg ulcer Author: Kroeger K, Storck M, Kujath P et al. Thema: [Prophylaxis of Recurrent Venous Leg Ulcer.] Abstract Venous leg ulcer (VLU) counts among the most common...  
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W Wound A wound is barrier loss between the body and the environment, caused by the destruction of tissue on outer or inner body surfaces. Wound exudate Wound exsudate denotes all fluids that are...  
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N Necrosis Necrosis is a dead, previously vital tissue.  
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A Acute wounds Any wound that is not chronic is called acute.  
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C Chronic wounds A wound that has not healed after eight weeks is called chronic. Regardless of this time-oriented definition, there are wounds that are chronic from the outset. Your treatment...  
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G Gangrene Gangren are called dead body parts. Therefore in the description of dead tissue in wounds we speak of necrosis and not of gangrene.  
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U Ulcus As an ulcer / ulcer is designated a deep wound that reaches at least to the dermis.  
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E Erosion As an erosion / abrasion is referred to a superficial wound that affects exclusively the epidermis.  
The Effect of Polyhexanide, Octenidine Dihydrochloride, and Tea Tree Oil as Topical Antiseptic Agents on In Vivo Microcirculation of the Human Skin: A Noninvasive Quantitative Analysis  
Antiseptics are indispensable for wound management and should focus not only on the efficacy in reducing the bacterial burden but also on how much they interfere in wound healing. In this study, the...  
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