Assessment of Wound Closure Methods in the Management of Open Injury: A Comparative Analysis
Wound Closure Methods in the Management of Open Injury
Background: The current research was performed to establish the efficiency of vacuum assisted closure dressings in enhancing the healing procedure in chronic wounds, as compared to standard moist wound dressings. Subjects and Methods: Whole of 30 subjects were incorporated in the research. The included subjects were divided into two groups: Group 1 included subjects were treated with conventional dressings and in group 2 the included subjects were treated with VAC dressings. The subjects were informed about the study procedure and the written informed consent were obtained prior to the start of study. Results: Decrease in Wound Size. There was noteworthy diminish in wound size from day 0 to day 8 in VAC group in contrast to saline-wet-to-moist group. There was noteworthy reduce in the bacterial growth in the VAC group as compared to saline-wetto-moist group. Conclusion: VAC therapy is not the answer for all wounds; however, it can make a significant difference in many cases. VAC is a helpful instrument in poignant a wound to a point where more conventional dressings or more easy surgical reconstructive methods can be utilized. Present research concludes that negative pressure wound therapy is a helpful choice for management of wounds when compared to treatment with conservative dressing’s therapy in terms of contraction of wound, time occupied for wound healing and length of hospital stay.
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