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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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.
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.