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Wound healing

Treating post-renal transplant surgical site infection with combination therapy: a case study

A 61-year-old Azerbaijani woman was admitted to Imam Khomeini hospital in Urmia, in north west Iran. She had a kidney transplant on 5 October 2018. The patient had a history of end-stage renal disease...

The role of nutrition in wound healing: an overview

As defined by the British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN), malnutrition is a state where there is an imbalance (either deficiency or excess) of energy, protein and other...

Hard-to-heal wounds, biofilm and wound healing: an intricate interrelationship

Wounds are a major cause of patient morbidity and high healthcare costs, which are increasing the stress on healthcare systems at a global level (Gupta et al, 2016). The reduction of infection...

A multicentre, observational evaluation of the product characteristics of two absorbent foam dressings

The skin or integumentary system is the largest organ in the body and comprises intricate and complex tissue that acts as a protective barrier between internal organs and the external environment....

Properties and use of a honey dressing and gel in wound management

Revamil wound dressing (polyacetate sheet dressing impregnated with pure honey) and Revamil gel, a hydrophilic wound gel consisting of 100% honey that is marketed as enzyme rich with a low pH of 3.5,...

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