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wound bed

The base or floor or a burn, laceration, or chronic ulcer. To heal properly, it should have a rich supply of capillary blood, be free of necrotic debris, and be uninfected.
See also: bed
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Based on our experience, we advocate surgical debridement of these chronic, persistent demucosalized wounds with the application of saline-soaked gelatin foam or other collagen-based sponges to stimulate epithelial growth in the wound bed. Furthermore, biopsy and culture of the wound bed may be useful in recognizing the presence of worrisome disease processes and identifying any tenacious infectious agents so that more appropriate therapy can be initiated if necessary.
Hydrogel with colloidal silver combination proved to be significantly effective in wound bed preparation in comparison with conventional treatment with local antiseptics.
The wound debridement was carried out to prepare the wound bed prior to graft application.
Microstatins and macrostatins factors which include drawing wound edges together with complete wound bed contact, removing exudates from the wound, promoting perfusion, cellular proliferation, migration, granulation and angiogenesis are much of the reasons for its successin healing12-14.
In addition to differences in the wound bed and healing capacity between patients, ASC function and viability are also dictated by age, gender, and comorbidities such as diabetes [3, 9, 12, 13, 28-32].
Female, 63 years, medical diagnosis of DM, systemic arterial hypertension and mixed ulcer (MU) for 7 years, with presence of large amount of serosanguinolent exudation and slough over the entire border of the wound, absence of wound bed, in addition to reports of intense pain, took painkillers several times a day.
But overall, the biggest market chase right now is for the addition of much-craved 3-D imaging technology, which could greatly improve the way caregivers assess and treat the wound bed and perform debriding tasks.
Finally, the wound bed must be evaluated to determine if a flap is a better option (Morris, 2016) (see Figure 1).
The clavicular head of the sternocleidomastoid can be dissected free and sutured to the wound bed [39].
Several growth factors and cytokines, such as interleukin (IL)-8, PDGF, and growth-related oncogene (GRO)-[alpha]/CXCL1 chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand, are involved in drawing PMNs to a wound bed [9].
Two visual fields (x400) were chosen from each edge of the wound bed; the other three were chosen from the middle of the wound bed at 6 and 8 days after the injury.
On day 5, adipocytes fully covered the wound bed in the Nc-ECM-treated as well as the nontreated wounds, whereas in the Cc-ECM-treated mice, adipocytes began to disappear and reepithelialization occurred.