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surgical removal of foreign material and dead tissue from a wound in order to prevent infection and promote healing

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In this study, the average time to debride a Stage IV ulcer was 8 days with the hydrogel and 12 days with the enzymatic formula.
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).
You've got to debride all the way back to live tissue.
L'Angleterre a fait un grand pas vers les quarts de finale de l'Euro-2012 en battant 3-2 vendredi au stade olympique de Kiev une equipe de Suede desormais eliminee, au bout d'un match spectaculaire et debride mais techniquement assez faible.
Michel Kelly, a sports medicine physician practicing at Specialty Surgical Center in Sparta, NJ and ringside physician for professional boxing and professional mixed martial arts commented, "The percutaneous tenotomy technique developed by Tenex provides a safe and precise means of targeting the lesion and delivers the ability to cut and debride the unhealthy tissue and to create an environment for new and healthier tissue to grow.
Le soleil est revenu mais le jeu ne s'est pas debride pour autant.
PARIS -- Using maggots to debride a wound may be hard to stomach, but the technique offers a number of advantages, according to one expert who spoke at a meeting of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies.
Were also fortunate that, because I'm a certified ET nurse, I'm able to perform debridement when it's needed, rather than having to wait for a physician or to debride slowly throughout a prolonged treatment regimen.
The minimally invasive procedure, known as FAST[TM] (Focused Aspiration of Scar Tissue), utilizes the company's proprietary TX1[TM] Tissue Removal System to cut, debride and aspirate diseased soft tissue and bone spurs in an out-patient setting using local anesthetic (www.
Dorothy will also shed light on avoidable versus unavoidable ulcers, when and how to debride, and much more.
Manchester United, grace notamment a deux buts de Michael Owen, s'est en revanche regale lors d'un match debride (5-2) contre Scunthorpe United, pensionnaires de D2.
Unfortunately, most primary care physicians do not have an operating head on their otoscope, much less an operating microscope and a suction, so most are not equipped to thoroughly debride an ear.
Cleanse and debride the wound before taking a swab culture, or obtain a biopsy.
Sometimes it is necessary to surgically debride the ocular surface to improve penetration of antifungal agents, he said.
The minimally invasive procedure, known as FAST[TM] (Focused Aspiration of Scar Tissue), utilizes the company's proprietary TX1[TM] Tissue Removal System to debride and aspirate diseased soft tissue and bone spurs in an outpatient setting using local anesthetic (www.