Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research

Managing Oral Mucositis in Patients With Cancer
Wounds. 2021 May;33(5):136-138.ABSTRACTPatients with oral mucositis (OM) have inflamed epithelial lesions of the mouth that progress to form painful ulcerations with submucosal hemorrhaging and infection. Oral mucositis makes it painful to eat, drink, and speak, resulting in distress, weight loss, and declining health.1 These symptoms occur in up to 40% of patients within 5 to 10 days after beginning chemotherapy (CT), and in nearly all patients within 1 to 2 weeks of starting radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer. Oral mucositis can be severe enough to interrupt treatment and reduce survival rates. In 2014, the Mucos...
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Laura Bolton Source Type: research

Blood Cell Count and the Presence or Absence of Infection in Venous Ulcers Treated With Platelet-Rich Plasma
CONCLUSION: After intervention with PRP, 94% of patients experienced improvement concerning the infection of ulcers.PMID:34370679 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: Beatriz Guitton Renaud Baptista de Oliveira Joyce Beatriz de Abreu Castro Bruna Maiara Ferreira Barreto Pires M árcia de Assunção Ferreira Jane Marcy Neff á Pinto Lenise Arneiro Teixeira Source Type: research

Decreasing Pain and Increasing the Rate of Chronic Wound Closure With the Use of a Noninvasive Bioelectronic Medical Device: A Case Series
CONCLUSIONS: While additional research into the use of ES (namely, UHF-ES in wound healing) is warranted, the device reported herein may be an effective, safe, and low-cost adjunct treatment in the care of chronic, difficult-to-heal wounds.PMID:34370680 (Source: Wounds)
Source: Wounds - August 9, 2021 Category: General Medicine Authors: David Charles Hatch Michael Lavor Source Type: research