Wound Healing

Wound Healing

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This most complete resource is back in a full-color, thoroughly revised, updated, and significantly expanded 4th Edition that incorporates all of the many scientific and technological advances that are changing the scope of practice in this multidisciplinary field. Learned authors Joseph McCulloch and Luther Kloth have gathered world renown experts in wound management to present a comprehensive text that is evidence based, clinically focused and practical. Responding to the ever-changing field of wound management, the 4th Edition is far from a simple update; it is virtually a brand-new text. The committed and respected teams of authors and contributors have broadened the scope of this text and expanded it from 14 to 35 chapters.Chemical agents include the use of bleach and boric acid (Dakina#39;s solution), hydrogen peroxide, acetic acid, ... The existing AHCPR guideline does not recommend the use of skin cleansers or disinfectants in wounds because of ... Further in vivo research is needed to determine acceptable levels for sufficient organism kill rate without cytotoxic damage to fibroblasts. ... The application of maggots decreased in the 1940s, but is now experiencing a resurgence in research and practice asanbsp;...

Title:Wound Healing
Author:Joseph M McCulloch, Luther C Kloth
Publisher:F.A. Davis - 2010-07-01


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