A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON DONOR SITE HEALING FOLLOWING HARVESTING OF SPLIT THICKNESS SKIN GRAFT
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 5330-5341
Comparison between collagen and normal saline dressing for donor site following harvesting of split thickness skin graft.
To analyse various factors and complications encountered during the process of donor site healing following harvesting of split thickness skin graft like:
Complications like – Infection, delayed wound healing, displacement of collagen sheet.
Krishna Hospital and Research Center, Karad.
SUBJECTS AND METHODS
This is a prospective study. All patients fulfilling inclusion criteria for skin grafting in Krishna Hospital & Medical Research Centre, Karad, were included in the study which was conducted between December 2020 and June 2022.
The selected sample for this study was divided into two groups; control group and treatment group. The control group will consisted of 50 patients who underwent conventional dressing with Normal Saline. While the treatment group included 50 patients with haemocoagulase with collagen sheet dressing.
Finally, the outcomes of the clinical trials were carefully studied.
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