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Academic Article Wound fluid bacterial levels exceed tissue bacterial counts in controlled porcine partial-thickness burn infections.
Academic Article A novel titanium wound chamber for the study of wound infections in pigs.
Academic Article Wet wound healing.
Academic Article Enhanced susceptibility to infections in a diabetic wound healing model.
Academic Article Treatment of chronic, nonhealing abdominal wound in a liquid environment.
Academic Article Implant-based breast reconstruction using acellular dermal matrix and the risk of postoperative complications.
Academic Article Human beta-defensin-3 promotes wound healing in infected diabetic wounds.
Academic Article Percent body fat and prediction of surgical site infection.
Academic Article Three patients with full facial transplantation.
Concept Wound Infection
Concept Surgical Wound Infection
Academic Article Minimizing complications with the use of acellular dermal matrix for immediate implant-based breast reconstruction.
Academic Article Topical delivery of ultrahigh concentrations of gentamicin is highly effective in reducing bacterial levels in infected porcine full-thickness wounds.
Academic Article Full-thickness porcine burns infected with Staphylococcus aureus or Pseudomonas aeruginosa can be effectively treated with topical antibiotics.
Academic Article Topical Minocycline Effectively Decontaminates and Reduces Inflammation in Infected Porcine Wounds.
Academic Article Topically Delivered Minocycline Penetrates a Full-Thickness Burn Eschar and Reduces Tissue Bacterial Counts.
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  • Wound Infection
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.