Complex Linear Wound Closure | Optimal Wound Closure


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You may recall that a skin graft involves taking a piece of skin from one area of the body and using that skin to cover the original wound (link to blog post Oct 4). The graft relies on the blood supply of the wound bed to get nutrition. During the first few days after the grafted skin is placed, the graft will “drink” from the wound bed, hence the term imbibition. By day 3 to 5, the graft has usually created adhesions to the wound bed.
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