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Wound closure


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Wound closure

Negative microbiological results are not mandatory in deep sternal wound infections before wound closure

Continuous high vacuum and primary skin closure in sternotomy wound infection

Sternal closure techniques and postoperative sternal wound complications in elderly patients

Avoiding Tension of Wound Closure in Reduction Mammaplasty and Mastopexy in Previously Irradiated Breasts

Response to “Avoiding Tension of Wound Closure in Reduction Mammaplasty and Mastopexy in Previously Irradiated Breasts”

Response to “Avoiding Tension of Wound Closure in Reduction Mammaplasty and Mastopexy in Previously Irradiated Breasts”

Effects of vacuum-assisted closure on central hemodynamics in a sternotomy wound model

Is skin closure with cyanoacrylate glue effective for the prevention of sternal wound infections?

Delayed primary versus late secondary wound closure in the treatment of postsurgical sternum osteomyelitis

Effectiveness of Wound Closure With V-Loc 90 Sutures in Lipoabdominoplasty Patients

Novel application of vacuum assisted closure technique to the treatment of sternotomy wound infection

Algorithm for primary closure in sternal wound infection: a single institution 10-year experience

285IMPACT OF VACUUM-ASSISTED CLOSURE THERAPY ON OUTCOME OF STERNAL WOUND DEHISCENCE

Impact of vacuum-assisted closure therapy on outcomes of sternal wound dehiscence

eComment. Vacuum-assisted closure therapy for deep sternal wound infections

Effect of Age and Caloric Restriction on Cutaneous Wound Closure in Rats and Monkeys

Double-Loop Dermal Suture: A Technique for High-Tension Wound Closure

Vacuum-assisted closure therapy: a novel treatment for wound healing in systemic sclerosis

 

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Primary

or first intention: Where the wound edges are approximated directly such as a surgical wound. Collagen metabolism provides strength and epithelialization produces a thin scar.

Delayed primary:

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