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Change in pediatric trauma-related visits in a tertiary hospital in Colombia during coronavirus disease 2019 lockdown

Cuenca A, Coy A, Gutiérrez N, Santos MP, Bustos JD, Morales AM, Marín A

Purpose: During the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, Colombian government declared a lockdown, forcing children to stay at home. The authors aimed to analyze the change in the pattern of trauma-related...
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No more tears from surgical site infections in interventional pain management

Lim S, Yoo YM, Kim KH

As the field of interventional pain management (IPM) grows, the risk of surgical site infections (SSIs) is increasing. SSI is defined as an infection of the incision or organ/space that...
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Smad3 deficiency accelerates tongue wound healing via epithelial  cell-extracellular matrix interactions

Taguchi C, Sato F, Wang C, Nakamura S, Oikawa K, Bhawal UK, Okada H, Arikawa K

Aberrant wound closure occurs in a broad range of wounds and scars, and the altered regulation of transcription factors in wound areas can account for both of those conditions. This...
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A Scoping Review of Methods to Prevent Hypertrophic Neck Scars in Conventional Open Thyroid Surgery

Yu HW, Lee JK, Kim W, Kwak J, Kim Sj, Chai YJ, Choi JYC, Lee KE

Conventional open thyroidectomy leaves a 5 to 7 cm scar on the neck. This method has the advantage of being able to effectively perform thyroidectomy but has the limitation of...
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Intralesional Injection of Autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma as an Effective Regeneration Therapy: A Case Report of Chronic Wagner Grade 2 Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Kim MH

The author experienced a case of autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) affecting the recovery of a chronic neuropathic diabetic foot ulcer combined with infection. A 65-year-aged male with uncontrolled diabetes presented...
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Ultrasonic Debridement as a New Treatment Tool for Chronic Wound Bed Preparation: A Case Study

Choi JH, Kim HB, Lee WY, Jung SW, Joo HS

A debridement method that causes minimal damage to normal tissue during the removal of necrotic tissue is important for chronic wound healing. A new instrument based on low-frequency ultrasound, the...
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A Case of Malignant Transformation of Solitary Recurrent Cylindroma on Scalp

Kim KE, Jeong JY, Park TJ, Kim IH

A 78-year-old male presented with an asymptomatic pinkish multi-nodular mass on his frontal scalp. The lesion had recurred twice after incomplete surgical excision. Initial punch biopsy was diagnosed with cylindroma....
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Lumbar Spinal Steroid Injections and Infection Risk after Spinal Surgery: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Patel HA, Cheppalli NS, Bhandarkar AW, Patel V, Singla A

Lumbar spinal steroid injections (LSSI) are universally used as preferred diagnostic or therapeutic treatment options before major spinal surgeries. Some recent studies have reported higher risks of surgical-site infection (SSI)...
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MSCs-Derived miR-150-5p-Expressing Exosomes Promote Skin Wound Healing by Activating PI3K/AKT Pathway through PTEN

Xiu C, Zheng H, Jiang M, Li J, Zhou Y, Mu L, Liu W

Background and Objectives: The goal of this study was to investigate the mechanism of mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)-derived microRNA (miR)-150-5p-expressing exosomes in promoting skin wound healing through activating PI3K/AKT pathway...
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Policy Proposals for Infection Control in Patients with Chronic Wounds

Moon KC, Shin D, Baek KW, Pak CJ, Jun YJ

South Korea is seeing a steady increase in its aging population. One in five people in the Republic of Korea will be at least 65 years old by 2025, putting...
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Efficacy of Paracrine Factors from Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Treating Biofilm-Infected Wounds in a Murine Model

Smith AA, Bellows CF

Background: Chronic wounds are a serious medical condition affecting over 6 million people in the United States. Biofilms, which alter the host immune response and establish a microenvironment that prevents...
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Early Compression Therapy for Deep Skin Defects: A New Treatment Option to Prevent Hypertrophic Scars or Contractures

Lee KD, Cho J, Kang SY, Burm JS

Background: Conservative treatment of deep dermal or full-thickness skin defects often results in hypertrophic scars or contractures; thus, compressive therapy has been used after wound closure to prevent or treat...
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Evaluation of a Mobile Wound Care Device for Assessment of Wounds: A Time Motion Study

Choo BP, Low JTE, Oh HC, Ong L, Loh JK, Png GK

Background: Comprehensive wound assessments are critical in identifying potential complications that affect wound healing and determining appropriate interventions for the patient. A wound care device (WCD) comprising a mobile device...
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Validation of the Risk Prediction Tool for Wound Infection in Abdominal Surgery Patients

Jung HK, Lee EN

Purpose : This retrospective investigation study aimed to determine the predictive validity of superficial surgical site infection assessment tools by measuring the risk score at the surgical site. Methods : This...
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Treatment of Infected Nonunion of the Tibia and Femur Shaft Fractures with Classical Internal Bone Transport

Kim H, Shin YW

Purpose: This study analyzed the results of limb salvage surgery of classical internal bone transport using an Ilizarov apparatus for cases of infected nonunion of the lower extremity long bones,...
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Unroofing curettage for treatment of simple and complex sacrococcygeal pilonidal disease

Olcucuoglu E, Şahin A

Purpose: Sacrococcygeal pilonidal disease is a chronic inflammatory condition with an incidence of 26:100,000 in the United States. However, its etiology and optimal treatment remain controversial. Methods: We included 129 and...
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Progress of Polysaccharide-Contained Polyurethanes for Biomedical Applications

Ju DB, Lee JC, Hwang SK, Cho CS, Kim HJ

Polyurethane (PU) has been widely examined and used for biomedical applications, such as catheters, blood oxygenators, stents, cardiac valves, drug delivery carriers, dialysis devices, wound dressings, adhesives, pacemaker, tissue engineering,...
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Rectal perforation and perirectal abscess following stapled hemorrhoidectomy for prolapsed hemorrhoids successfully managed with Endo-SPONGE endoluminal vacuum-assisted wound closure system

Rosati E, Valeri M, Graziosi L, Amato L, Avenia S, Donini A

Active drains, which work by negative pressure, are commonly used to drain closed airtight wounds. Higher negative pressure is used in vacuum-assisted wound closure dressings. Gastrointestinal leaks may be difficult...
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Bidirectional corneo-conjunctival transposition for large and deep canine corneal wound healing

Hwang J, Goh Ys, Kim H, Nam W, Park KM

This case report describes satisfactory correction of deep and large canine corneal ulcerations by application of bidirectional corneo-conjunctival transposition (CCT). A 12-year-old spayed female Maltese dog with a large corneal...
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Optimal indication for single-incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy in benign gallbladder diseases

Park MS

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become a basic procedure for cholecystectomy due to rapid recovery and cosmetic satisfaction after surgery, and it is currently the primary treatment for most benign gallbladder diseases....
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