MPPT treatment of wounds and pressure ulcers in spinal cord injured patients

New data indicate that the global annual prevalence of pressure ulcers in SCI-persons is 32.4% (Shiferaw et al. 2020). When a pressure ulcer is severe and not treated aggressively it can lead to further disability (e.g., reduced mobility, dependence, surgical intervention, amputation, fatal infection; Krause 1998). It has…

Comparative Clinical Study of MPPT, Antibiotic and Antiseptic

See publication in WOUNDS here. Objective The purpose of the study was to evaluate the wound healing effects of MPPT and to compare it to antibiotics and antiseptics. The study included a wide range of wounds and ulcers, which were severely colonised to infected. The comparators were a…

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