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dehisce

(dĕ'his),
To burst.

dehisce

(dĭ-hĭs′)
intr.v. de·hisced, de·hiscing, de·hisces
1. Botany To open at definite places, discharging seeds, pollen, or other contents, as the ripe capsules or pods of some plants.
2. Medicine To rupture or break open, as a surgical wound.

dehisce

verb To have opened, as may occur in a recently closed wound in which the sutures or staples have failed.
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A dehisced wound is one that has reopened or come apart after it has been closed surgically.
The FDA has given approval for the Company to conduct a pilot study to treat dehisced surgical wounds with NanoDOX[TM] Hydrogel.
The product is intended to be used for the management of painful wounds including: diabetic ulcers, venous ulcers, pressure ulcers, ulcers caused by mixed vascular etiologies, full-thickness & partial thickness wounds, abrasions, traumatic wounds, 1st and 2nd degree burns and dehisced surgical wounds.
Collaboration with Walter Reed Army Medical Center - Study on Dehisced Surgical Wounds
In addition to the new indication for the management of surgical wounds that heal by primary intent (including dermatologic, orthopedic and vascular incisions), the initial indication for use in surgical wounds left to heal by secondary intent was clarified to specifically encompass dehisced surgical incisions.
Therapy in: diabetic foot ulcers, complex leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, dehisced sternal wounds, open abdominal wounds, and traumatic wounds.
Pressure ulcers -- Diabetic/neuropathic ulcers -- Venous insufficiency ulcers -- Traumatic wounds -- Post-operative and dehisced surgical wounds -- Explored fistulas and -- Skin flaps and grafts
We use it routinely for treating acute and chronic wounds like diabetic foot and pressure ulcers, arterial and venous ulcers, colonized bacterial wounds, burns, or dehisced ulcers.
Celleration's proprietary non-contact MIST Technology can be used on a variety of wounds including, acute, traumatic, chronic and dehisced wounds to promote wound healing.
The authors evaluated 8 patients with dehisced wounds post-coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery, at the saphenous vein harvest site.
Celleration's proprietary non-contact ultrasound MIST Technology(TM) can be used on a variety of wounds including, acute, traumatic, chronic and dehisced wounds to promote wound healing.
Invia([R]) can be used to heal various types of wounds including diabetic/neuropathic and pressure wounds; chronic, acute and dehisced wounds; partial-thickness burns; and flaps and grafts.