Surgery: Current Research

ISSN - 2161-1076

Applied basic wound healing: A modified vision

14th Surgical Nursing & Nurse Education Conference

October 10-11, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Mohammed Al Azrak

Fayoum General Hospital, Egypt

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: Surgery Curr Res

Abstract :

Healing process is as vital as to lead all fields of surgery. Although it's full understanding is still, but we can build our surgical practice up on established basics. Factors affecting healing either local, general or technical factors must be addressed in total, prior to and while we face or expecting to face wound problems or scars. A modified vision in regard to analysis and interaction between factors affecting healing can help to overcome some obstacles. Own body perception of the wound is important in leading the body to a suitable response which is variable according to the kind of tissue. So, we can divide the wound zone according to the perception of the body into two parts; perceived part and unperceived part, hence the intervention for management will be different. Body perception depends on various mechanisms and the most clear of them is humeral �?? neural mechanisms for homeostasis. So, wound management can diverge widely into two directions; passive management including just application of topicals/some growth factors, etc., and active management that includes using of different modalities with different levels of invasiveness; starting from VAC, etc. So, application of wound healing tools and products should be addressed in chronological stepped approach with respect to body response in order to avoid miss use of high technology modalities.

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