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The Combination of a Hypertonic Saline Dressing and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Quick and Bloodless Debridement of Difficult Lesions in Complicated Patients

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NPWT, also known as topical negative-pressure wound therapy, is widely used in managing and accelerating wound healing. However in wounds were slough is highly represented NPWT efficiency is low. In the patients included in this study clinical health conditions were precarious. We needed a rapid wound healing to not further compromise their health condition. So we added curity dressing to resolve the slough issue. In all the patients we observed slough reduction. This treatment provided beneficial for the patient, the surgeons and the National Health Service. Accelerating wound healing reduced hospitalization and thereby the patients achieved a reduction of risks of nosocomial infections and physical and psychological diseases.
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