- Healing wounds
- In the United States, about 6.5 million patients suffer from persistent wounds — from bedsores to burns.
- E-Qure: Wound Healing With Electrical Stimulation
- EQUR has developed an effective, low cost, easy-to-use device for chronic wound management, which addresses a market worth about $6 billion annually. Results from clinical trials have been very encouraging. Recruitment of patients for a study which is ...
- What are bed sores (pressure ulcers)? What causes bed sores?
- Bed sores, also known as pressure ulcers, pressure sores or decubitus ulcers are skin lesions which can be caused by friction, humidity, temperature, continence, medication, shearing forces, age and unrelieved pressure.
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- During his most recent hospitalization for it, he developed a bedsore that was treated with minocycline. Two weeks later, the bedsore healed, and minocycline was discontinued. The patient's ...
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