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 [da-brēd´] (Fr.)
to remove by débridement.
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, débridement (di-brēd′mĕnt, dā-brēd-mon(t)′ ) [Fr. débrider, to remove a bridle]
The removal of foreign material and dead or damaged tissue, esp. in a wound. debride, débride (dĕ-brēd′, dā-)

autolytic debridement

A form of enzymatic débridement that uses the body's own enzymes to remove necrotic or nonviable tissue.

canal debridement

The removal of organic and inorganic debris from a dental root canal by mechanical or chemical methods. This procedure is done in preparation for sealing the canal to prevent further decay of the tooth.

enzymatic dbridement

Use of proteolytic enzymes to remove dead tissue from a wound. The enzymes do not attack viable tissues.

epithelial debridement

The removal of the entire epithelial lining or attachment epithelium from a periodontal pocket.

mechanical debridement

The removal of necrotic or devitalized tissue from a wound using friction, hydrotherapy, scraping, or wet-to-dry dressings.

sharp debridement

Removal of necrotic tissue from a wound with a scalpel or a related surgical tool.
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Maggot debridement therapy is a natural way to debride wounds by lysing bacteria and fungi (Cazander et al., 2013).
Maggots, scientifically known as Lucilia sericata (Greenbottle) fly larvae, secrete proteolytic enzymes that debride necrotic tissue but are inactivated by living tissue.
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Instead, practitioners can debride stage II pressure sores that have a small amount of superficial necrotic tissue by using coarse mesh gauze moistened with saline (removing and reapplying moist dressings every six to eight hours).
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After the administration of local anaesthesia (Lignox 2%, Indico Remidies, Warren, Goa) under rubber dam isolation the access cavity was prepared, the pulp chamber was irrigated with 5% sodium hypochlorite to debride the chamber fully and to identify the nature of the canal system present.
The woman spent 4 months in the ICU, during which time she underwent many surgeries to debride the wound as well as a nephrectomy and a permanent colostomy.
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En privilegiant l'analyse de Rostow a la demarche de Marx, on court le risque de faire l'apologie du liberalisme et du capitalisme debride tout en prenant a son compte le mythe d'une societe de consommation de masse qui n'a vu le jour nulle part.
Si le premier acte avait ete tactique, le deuxieme fut beaucoup plus debride, voire enleve parfois.