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Wound Care Methods

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Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Outcomes of Secondary Intention Wound Care Methods

This is a randomized controlled trial which is designed to determine whether aggressive and frequent debridement of an acute post-surgical wound shortens healing time.

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Procedure - Debridement

Aggressive vs Minimal Debridement

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Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Outcomes of Secondary Intention Wound Care Methods

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NCT03880331

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e31v9b