Wound healing and wound management: focus on debridement. An interdisciplinary round table, September 18, 1992, Jackson Hole, WY.

G. Rodeheaver, M. M. Baharestani, M. E. Brabec, H. J. Byrd, C. A. Salzberg, P. Scherer, T. S. Vogelpohl

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Abstract

A multidisciplinary panel of experts convened to discuss the basic concepts of prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Special emphasis was placed on four types of debridement: mechanical, surgical, autolystic, and enzymatic. Debridement of burns was also discussed. Team management by informed practitioners is vital to successful wound care and all treatments should be based on a holistic appraisal of patients and their individualized plans of care.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)22-24, 26
JournalAdvances in wound care : the journal for prevention and healing
Volume7
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 1994

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