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5 billion annually; Misonix's proprietary ultrasonic medical devices are used for wound debridement, cosmetic surgery, neurosurgery, laparoscopic surgery, and other surgical and medical applications.
The only statistically significant predictor of mortality in our series was the number of debridement surgeries performed on each patient.
Key players covered in "United Kingdom Wound Debridement Devices Market to 2020" report include Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co.
This systematic meta-analysis undermines the efficacy of arthroscopic meniscal debridement in comparison with nonoperative treatments in patients with knee pain, at least for middle-aged patients with mild or no concurrent knee osteoarthritis.
The patients in this series also had no infections at a minimum of 21 days of follow-up and the investigators concluded that arthroscopic debridement of wounds with minimal soft-tissue injury was adequate to prevent infection (Table 4).
Despite a patient's unstable condition, surgical debridement should proceed, and not be delayed.
The evidence in support of the benefit of sharp debridement indicates that healing is more likely with more extensive debridement.
All the participants were randomised to receive loose larvae, bagged larvae or hydrogel during the debridement phase, followed by standard treatment.
Mean scores for speech in the debridement group at the initial examination (day 0) was significantly lower than the subjects who had no debridement.
Progressive wound necrosis and gangrene of the limbs dictated multiple debridements and subsequent limb amputations and hip disarticulation.
We anticipate taking all of them to surgery (today) for debridement, or removal of unhealthy tissue.
Six patients, aged 2, 16, and 17 months and 3, 12, and 16 years, presented during 2004 with vulvar or labial abscesses requiring debridement and drainage.