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Egg shell graft for healing chronic wounds

Due to its complexity, a healthy human body is able to close and heal minor wounds within a few days. Patients suffering from circulatory disorders or diabetes mellitus often experience that wounds close very slowly or not at all, which is why we speak of chronic wounds. These are not only painful and protracted, but also require special, time-intensive treatment by trained nursing staff. Despite intensive efforts, however, wound closure often remains unsuccessful.
A new method developed in cooperation between the German Society for Tissue Transplantation and surgeons from the Rhine-Maas Hospitals focuses on treatment using amniotic membranes.
Have you ever heard of amniotic membranes and do you know its special healing effect? Learn more in our arcoro CONNECT about the healing of chronic wounds with the help of a special tissue graft.

Facts at a glance

Depending on the severity, chronic wounds are often treated with vacuum dressings, wound dressings with silver, activated charcoal or skin grafts. Moist wound treatments, which are intended to create an optimal wound healing environment and thus protect the wound from drying out and from infestation by germs, are also frequently used. Despite intensive efforts, however, wound closure often remains unsuccessful.

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Anne Plonz

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