AUTOLOGOUS BONE MARROW ASPIRATES IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDSJournal: Journal of the Grodno State Medical University (Vol.18, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2020-10-02
Authors : Fedzianin S. D.;
Page : 564-568
Keywords : surgical infection; red bone marrow; chronic wound;
Background: The problem of treating chronic wounds remains topical.Aim: To develop a method for the treatment of chronic wounds, which is based on the use of autoaspirates of the red bone marrow. Material and methods: The sternum was punctured by the needle of I.A. Kassirsky and red bone marrow was collected. The wound surface was treated with a Folkman spoon. An automyeloaspirate was introduced into the edges of the wound and applied to the surface of the wound.The 47 patients with chronic wounds were examined. The main group consisted of 24 patients. The area of the wounds is 87.75+11.51 cm2.The control group consisted of 23 patients. The area of the wounds is 88.52+13.71 cm2.Results: The duration of the phase of formation and maturation of granulation tissue in the main group was 5 (4.75; 7.0) days, and in the control group it was 12 (9.0; 16.0) (p <0.05).Conclusions: The developed method enables to significantly reduce the duration of phase 2 of the wound healing process by 7 days.
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