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DEBRIDEMENT – CRUCIAL PROCEDURE IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDS

HULJEV, DUBRAVKO;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2013 Journal: Acta medica Croatica, volume 67, issue Suplement 1 (issn: 1330-0164, eissn: 1848-8897, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Academy of Medical Sciences of Croatia
Abstract
Debridement je proces uklanjanja mrtvog tkiva iz rane. Devitalizirano tkivo usporava ili u potpunosti onemogućava zarastanje rane. Cilj debridmana je pretvaranje kronične rane u stanje akutne rane i iniciranje procesa zaraštavanja. Debridement je osnovni postupak u liječenju svake rane, ali i tretman koji se mora ponavljati u zavisnosti o stvaranju nekrotičnog tkiva. Postoji više načina debridmana. To su mehanički, autolitički, kemijski, enzimski, biološki i novi načini debridmana. Napredovanjem tehnologije uvode se i novi oblici debridmana. Tako se osim standardnih metoda sve više uvode i metode debridiranja vodenim mlazom pod pritiskom (hidrokirurgija, water-j...
Subjects
free text keywords: debridement; kronična rana, debridement; chronic wounds
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