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  • Is negative-pressure wound therapy beneficial in modern-day breast surgery? [Review]
    Contemp Oncol (Pozn) 2019; 23(2):69-73Matusiak D, Wichtowski M, … Murawa D
  • Negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is used to treat many different types of wounds, but there is still a lack of large studies describing its effectiveness in breast surgery. Enhanced recovery, reduction of complications, and good scar quality might be improved by the application of NPWT. Existing data show that vacuumassisted closure (VAC) application after expander-based breast reconstructi…
  • [The development of the treatment of vascular injuries until today]. [Journal Article]
    Orv Hetil 2019; 160(28):1112-1119Nagy I
  • The healing of vascular injuries goes hand in hand with the healing of scars, which means we can search for various methods from centuries ago. The different ages, with or without wars, showed and show a huge variety of injuries, up until this day. The healers have always tried their best to come up with the best possible methods taking care of the injured body parts, and help the patients surviv…
  • Vacuum-Assisted Wound Closure Therapy in Pediatric Lower Limb Trauma. [Journal Article]
    Int J Low Extrem Wounds 2019; :1534734619857403Khurram MF, Sarfraz Ali S, Yaseen M
  • Although the importance of vacuum-assisted wound closure therapy has been well established as road to definitive treatment of trauma wound in the adult population, its use in pediatric patients is not well described in the literature. This study was conducted to evaluate the outcome of vacuum-assisted wound closure therapy in pediatric patients. Twenty-two patients were prospectively treated for …
  • Use of vacuum-assisted closure in massive puerperal genital hematoma. [Case Reports]
    Obstet Gynecol Sci 2019; 62(3):186-189Topdagi Yilmaz EP, Yapca OE, … Al RA
  • Puerperal genital hematomas are rare but life-threatening complications of obstetric emergencies. A pregnant patient (39 weeks) underwent a mediolateral episiotomy during a vaginal delivery. An afterbirth hematoma (approximately 20 cm in diameter) was evacuated, but the use of a vacuum-assisted wound closure system was applied after the sutures opened on the 7th postoperative day. On the 10th day…
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