healed ulcer

healed ul·cer

an ulcer covered by epithelial regeneration, beneath which there may be scarring and absence of glands or appendages.
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Surprisingly perhaps, patients who showed a 'confrontational' way of coping (a style characterised by a desire to take control) with the ulcer and its treatment were less likely to have a healed ulcer at the end of the 24 week period.
Because the recurrence of a healed ulcer is so common, the management of the healed ulcer is important.
5 EpiFix applications were applied to achieve healed ulcers, and the average number of weeks to achieve healing using the MiMedx allografts was 6.
And that group of patients has included 66 patients with active leg ulcers, unstable healed ulcers, or disabling lipodermatosclerosis.
pylon healed ulcers and prevented recurrence in about 90 percent of cases.
The results showed that completely healed ulcers remained healed and those that had demonstrated significant improvement continued to improve after treatment by RGN-259 was stopped.
In the model, the proportion of healed ulcers was 76% in the Dermagraft plus conventional care arm versus 50% in conventional care alone.
In this six-grade scale, grade 0 wounds are defined as preulcerative, healed ulcers, or bony deformities.
Cho experienced remarkable effects such as healed ulcers and improvement of tingling sensation on feet last September.
Among the rest of the patients, who were taking cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2)-selective NSAIDs, the concomitant 20-mg dose of esomeprazole healed ulcers significantly better at 4 weeks, compared with ranitidine.
3% of patients in the MPFF groups had healed ulcers, compared with 47.
PREVACID has the most administration options and the most approved indications of any PPI, including: the treatment of heartburn and other symptoms of GERD; the treatment and maintenance of erosive esophagitis, a condition in which stomach acid injures the lining of the esophagus; treatment of active benign gastric (stomach) ulcers; the treatment and maintenance of healed ulcers found on the first part of the small intestine known as duodenal ulcers; treatment of pathological hypersecretory conditions (which involve the overproduction of stomach acid), including Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome; and the healing and risk reduction of gastric ulcers associated with NSAIDs.