Wound Healing 101

Optimizing the Host

 

Optimizing the host means eliminating systemic and local disturbances. The local factors include tissue trauma, necrosis and infection, removal of foreign bodies, hematomas and dead spaces. Systemic factors are classified as the 3 Ds: Deficiencies, Drugs and Diseases .

Optimizing the host also means providing a physiologic environment conducive to natural healing. Essential are control of drainage and edema, proper pH, gas exchange, protection from contamination, proper moisture balance, and insulation.

 

 

 

 

NPWT
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Wound Healing 101
Overview
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Wound Treatment
Optimizing the Host
Wound Closure
Ecomonic Considerations

 

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