Development of a wound healing index for chronic wounds. Santiago de Compostela. Noviembre Objectives: to systematically review the literature on healing measurement tools. To develop a scale for measuring progress towards healing for chronic wounds.
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The skin wound healing is a highly complex process that can recover tissue integrity allowing regeneration and restoring its functions. Materials and methods. The alter of intrinsic or extrinsic factors can lead to chronic wounds, as is evidenced in changes of the skin bioelectrical behavior and its dielectric properties. Activation of cell migration and wound healing this by generating an electrical stimulus exogenous, it's possible in presence of alterated endogenous fields.
The healing process depends on many extrinsic and intrinsic factors, which are easily alterable. For this, it's essential to fully understand the behavior of the skin to injury and what the mechanisms are altered when it establishes a chronic injury. Aum C, Rpey CJ. Dermatol Surg. Falanga V. The chronic wound: impaired healing and solutions in the context of wound bed preparation.
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