escharectomy

es·char·ec·to·my

(es'kar-ek'tŏ-mē),
Excision of all or part of an eschar, usually following a burn.
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Zhang, "Influence of polyester gauze on evaporation capacity and healing of the surface of microskin graft wound after escharectomy," Zhonghua Yi Xue Za Zhi, vol.
Early surgical treatment of deep wounds, immobilization, and application of early escharectomy with immediate skin grafting should be preferred and is advocated.
Full-thickness gluteal and thigh burns were managed with early escharectomy and autografting.
A detailed description of surgical procedures is beyond the scope of this article, but involves combinations of decompression escharotomies if needed, LHtangentialEPTFexcision, fascial excision, delayed escharectomy and skin grafting.
Surgical debridement (escharectomy) may be performed early or delayed (as is the case at our burn center), as some authors believe that an accurate assessment of burn depth cannot be reached initially [1,2].
SOC was defined as surgical escharectomy (first surgical step) and autograft surgery (second surgical step).
(ii) Patients in the NXB group did not undergo escharectomy, whereas all patients in the SOC group underwent escharectomy.
This was derived from 111210 of saved resources (ICU\SICU hospitalization, escharectomy, autograft surgery, and blood transfusion) (total gross saving) minus total NXB cost of 57910 euros for the assessed 10 patients.
In particular, the parameters that considerably differentiated the SOC and NXB groups were the ICU\SICU length of hospitalization and the need for escharectomy and autograft surgeries.
Wound care: Cleansing and dressing of ulcers, Escharectomy was done.
If slough had not separated within the first 10 days, delayed escharectomy under anaesthesia was done.
A detailed description of surgical procedures is beyond the scope of this article, but involves combinations of decompression escharotomies if needed, tangential excision, fascial excision, delayed escharectomy and skin grafting.