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Wound closure and polarity in the tentacle of Metridium marginatum

Wayland M. Chester

Wound closure and polarity in the tentacle of Metridium marginatum

by Wayland M. Chester

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Published by [Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College] in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sea anemones

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of experimental zoology. Vol. 13, no. 3
    Statementby Wayland M. Chester.
    SeriesContributions from the Zoölogical Laboratory of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College -- no. 232
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. 451-470 :
    Number of Pages470
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21770648M

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    The collection consists of bound volumes and unbound reprints. Records for the bound volumes are in Stanford's SearchWorks catalog and can be pulled as a group by searching for “MacFarland opisthobranchiate molluscan collection”. The citations for materials contained in the reprint collection are listed below and include materials published between and Ideally, a wound closure method should be cost-effective, time-efficient, easy to perform, and produce the optimal cosmetic result. The primary goals of treating wounds in general and skin incisions in particular are rapid closure with the creation of a functional and esthetic scar. Although sutures are used frequently in surgery, there are few.

    Experience with vacuum-pack temporary abdominal wound closure in trauma and general and vascular surgical patients. J Am Coll Surg. ; (5)– discussion Navsaria PH, Bunting M, Omoshoro-Jones J, Nicol AJ, Kahn D. Temporary closure of open abdominal wounds by the modified sandwich-vacuum pack by: 6. The closure of a wound is a key piece in the overall strategy of healing a surgical incision or wound, but the care of that wound should be the primary focus for the healthcare team and patient. Simply put, the surgeon will determine how the wound will be closed, but the patient or nurses will have to care for the incision on a regular basis.


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Wound closure and polarity in the tentacle of Metridium marginatum Article in Journal of Experimental Zoology 13(3) - April with 2 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Wound reparation and polarity in tentacles of actinians Archiv für Entwicklungsmechanik der Organismen vol page () Cite this article 12 Accesses. Open wound of skin or mucosal tissues. Cite this chapter as: Berrett O.M., Harroch J.J., Hosford K., Waseem M. () Wound Closure.

The risk of wound complications in patients with ≥3 level posterior spine fusion ranges from % to % depending on the definition of wound complications. Skin closure with sutures resulted in fewer wound infections compared with staples (% vs %, P).

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In the PC group, similarly followed-up for at least 2 weeks after surgery, there were 14 wound infections (%). There was a significant association between wound infection and type of skin closure (DPC % vs. PC %, p wound infection associated readmissions in Cited by: The risk of wound complications in patients with ≥3 level posterior spine fusion ranges from % to % depending on the definition of wound complications.

Skin closure with sutures resulted in fewer wound infections compared with staples (% vs %, Conclusions: We were unable to determine if infection risk changed with increasing Cited by: 1. Emerging Advances In Wound Closure.

J Volume 22 - Issue 7 - July Obtaining wound closure is paramount in avoiding the additional complications associated with a chronic open wound.2 Primary or delayed primary closure is ideal in achieving wound closure and decreasing the likelihood of a recurrent infection.

In our mouse surgical excisional wound model, immunofluorescence staining demonstrated that the number of cells having SDF-1 and F4/80 (a marker of macrophages) markers was significantly greater in wound sites in the animals receiving low-dose FK alone or those receiving dual drug treatment at 5 days after injury (Fig.

).SDF-1 costained with some of the F4/80 cells, indicating that. How to Measure Wounds. You probably learned about wound assessment and care in nursing school.

But maybe so far you haven't found much cause to use these skills at your job. If that's about to change, it's a good idea to review the most 94%(17). Technique of Closure: Contaminated Wounds Richard F.

Edlich, MD, PhD*, George Rodeheaver, PhD*, John Kuphal, BA*, J. David de Holl, MD**, Sharon L. Smith, BS*, Carlos Bacchetta, MD*, Milton T. Edgerton, MD* Charlottesville, Virginia Experimental studies are reported that provide a rationale for the use of tape for closure of contaminated by: 9. Fetal Wound Closure.

It has been reported that skin wounds created in early mammalian embryos exhibit spontaneous wound closure and wound tissue regeneration.

6, 7 In the adult wound, epithelial cells migrate into the wound center, but fetal wound epithelial cells remain blunt-faced and adherent to the underlying basal lamina. A thick cable of actin is formed in the basal epidermis at the.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. When a wound has closed properly, our work is done. Given the fundamental nature of wound closure, it is worth spending a few moments recapping what we know about the subject.

Primary Wound Closure – Wound closure happens in one of three ways. Primary wound closure is the fastest type of closure- is also known as healing by primary intention.

Delayed primary closure consists of initial adequate debridement followed by wound dressing, careful wound reassessment at 48 h, repeat debridement and dressing if necessary, and, finally, closure 48 h or longer after initial inspection, but only if the wound is clean and free of foreign material and contaminated and devitalized tissue.

Simple Cited by: 9. The quenching time in the additive polarity winding was faster than that of the subtractive polarity winding or the resistivity type.

A consumed energy in a superconducting element was represented.Full text of "The Journal of experimental zoology" See other formats.Open wound management of contaminated wounds is a practical measure that has been used for centuries. 10 Theodor Billroth was a propo- nent of open wound management in the s.

His incisions were closed with only a few subcu- taneous sutures in order to prevent sepsis. 11 The use of delayed primary closure was popularized by military by: 8.