Chronic Ulcers may Heal Rapidly with Frequent Debridement

Chronic ulcers are challenging to the health care providers. Most of the time it refuses to heal. Common among those are diabetic foot ulcer and pressure ulcer. Mostly, such ulcers are managed by frequent debridements, lavage and dressing.
Recent data from a study published in JAMA and quoted in Reuters supports the view.

Read more; Chronic Ulcers may Heal Rapidly with Frequent Debridement ~ From A Clinician’s Bioscope.

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