fbpx

Retracted Skin Defect Closure

Content Contributor

Evolution of Retracted Skin Defect Closure

Increased intra-compartmental pressures seen in compartment syndrome often leave difficult to close wounds. Historically, surgeons have utilized a combination of vessel loops and staples, or other techniques, in order to loosely close fasciotomy sites too retracted to close primary. This method of closure, however, was not without complication, and required surgeon experience to properly tie and employ. As a result, companies have begun marketing products specifically for use on retracted skin or wounds under too much tension to close primarily.

Enter the name of your surgery or diagnosis in the search form below.

The search locates all related and innovative technologies – innovations you or your clinician likely have never heard of before.

You can then take this information and have an elevated discussion, based on technology, with your healthcare provider.

Enter Your Surgery Name Or Diagnosis Below:
MEDcraze Logo
Enter Your Surgery Name Or Diagnosis Below

Log in with your credentials

or    

Forgot your details?

Create Account