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A Journal on Physiopathology and Therapy of Chronic Cutaneous Ulcers

Official Journal of the Italian Association for Cutaneous Ulcers
Indexed/Abstracted in: EMBASE, Scopus, Emerging Sources Citation Index

Frequency: Quarterly

ISSN 1721-2596

Online ISSN 1827-1774

 

Acta Vulnologica 2008 December;6(4):205-13

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Negative topic pression in home assistance and in RSA: our experience

Lombardi A. 1, Biancardi A. 1, Giudice M. 2, Sacchetti I. 2, Caruso R. 2, Zaltieri C. 2, Destro S. 2, Pezzolato C. 2, Spinelli S. 3, Franchi S. 4, Berlusconi A. 5, Crespi A. 5, Martinoli M. 5

1 CPSE/I Cure Domiciliari ASL Novara, Novara, Italia
2 CPS/I Cure Domiciliari ASL Novara, Novara, Italia
3 Medico RSA Casalbetrame (Novara) Novara, Italia
4 Medico RSA Cameri (Novara) Novara, Italia
5 Dipartimento Chirurgico ASL Novara, Novara, Italia

This therapy can be used trough negative topic pression in both acute and chronical cutanic lesions at home and also in the hospital. To make an appropriate strategy, attention must be paid in evaluating the patient and his/her wounds. First of all the management of tne tissue is necessary, to control inflammation and infection, and the progress of epithelialization and to maintain the fluid balance. The application of a topic negative pression to a lesion accelerates the speed of tissue neoformation and reduces nursery community care system timing and hospitalization time as well. Important are the patient’s compliance, the support of the care giver and the training of the sanitary personnel for a correct management of the equipment.

language: Italian


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