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Strohal, R; Dissemond, J; Jordan O'Brien, J; Piaggesi, A; Rimdeika, R; Young, T; Apelqvist, J, et al.
Journal of Wound Care. Date of publication 2013 Jan 1;volume 22 Suppl():S1-S52.
Routine care of non-healing acute and chronic wounds often comprises either cleaning or debridement. Consequently, debridement is a basic necessity to induce the functional process of tissue repair, which makes it a central medical intervention in the management of acute and chronic, non-healing wounds.
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Venous Ulcers - Treatment and Prevention
Debridement