Application Experience of Moist Wound Healing Theory Combined with Modern New Dressings in the Treatment of Pressure Ulcers
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Keywords

Moist wound healing theory
Modern new dressing
Pressure ulcers
Application

DOI

10.26689/jcnr.v5i4.2256

Abstract

Objective: Research on the effect of moist wound healing theory in a combination with modern new dressing treatment in patients diagnosed with pressure ulcers. Method: Selected 30 patients with pressure ulcers from our hospital, which is Shandong Tai’an Municipal Hospital, from January 2019 to January 2021 were divided into experimental group (15 cases, treated with moist wound healing theory combined with modern new dressings) and control group (15 cases, applied conventional treatments). The treatment effect, time of wound edema subsidence, wound healing time, number of dressing changes, granulation tissue growth time, and diameter reduction time were compared between the two groups. Results: The total effective rate of the experimental group (93.33%, 14/15) was higher than that of the control group (53.33%, 8/15), P<0.05; the time to subsidence of wound edema in the experimental group was (3.11±0.22), and the time for wound healing was (12.78±0.45), the number of dressing changes (7.13±0.34) times, the growth time of granulation tissue (5.43±2.22), the diameter reduction time (6.25±3.75), compared with the control group, P<0.05. Conclusion?In the clinical treatment of patients diagnosed with pressure ulcers, the effective combination of moist healing theory and modern new dressing therapy has significant effects, whereby it speeds up the healing process of the pressure ulcers, and it is proven to be worthy to be promoted for usage.

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