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Treating hard-to-heal ulcers: biocellulose with nanosilver compared with silver sulfadiazine

To evaluate the efficacy of biocellulose with blue nanosilver, compared with silver sulfadiazine cream in the treatment of hard-to-heal diabetic ulcers..

Fetal bovine acellular dermal matrix for the closure of diabetic foot ulcers: a prospective randomised controlled trial

This prospective multi-centre RCT demonstrated that FBADM plus SOC led to a significantly greater number of patients with DFUs achieving complete wound closure in 12 weeks compared with SOC alone. The...

Detection of bacteria in burn wounds with a novel handheld autofluorescence wound imaging device: a pilot study

A total of 14 patients with 20 wounds participated in the study, of whom eight (57%) were male. In six patients, two different wounds were included at two different timepoints during admission. Median...

Evidence Generation for Wound Care Dressing Selection: reviewing the issues

Consequently, many wound care studies are of small scale and observational, constituting an immature body of knowledge with little transferability potential..

Immune and vascular dysfunction in diabetic wound healing

A systematic review of the literature was conducted using PubMed, MEDLINE, and Google Scholar. Search terms used include: ‘diabetes’, ‘wounds’, ‘wound healing’, ‘diabetic wounds’, ‘immune...

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