Indian Market Report for Wound Dressings - MedCore
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|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 75 Pages
The stages in wound healing are coagulation, inflammation, proliferation and epithelization. In traditional, dry wound healing, a scab forms while these processes occur underneath the hardened, protective layer. The theory of moist wound care dictates that healing is greatly improved in an optimized moist environment. Moist dressings regulate wound healing, specifically by controlling moisture levels. Cell growth, proliferation and migration occur at a faster rate, especially when a wound cannot close due to abnormalities in the body's physiological processes. Moist wound dressings can play an important role in facilitating the body's natural healing processes. When an adequate amount of wound fluid is in contact with necrotic tissue, the body's enzymes can re-hydrate and liquefy these hardened tissues in a process called autolytic debridement. The wound cannot be too wet, however, as this will cause tissue to soften and become weak, otherwise known as maceration.