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Effect of Prednicarbate On the Hyper Proliferation of the Granulation Tissue of Traumatic Wounds During Directed Healing: A Prospective Observational Study
International Journal of Orthopaedics Research
The directed scarring of traumatic wounds in a surgical department often encounters drifts. During the proliferation phase, the granulation tissue can become excessive, blocking re-epithelialization and dooming a skin graft. To cope with this, healthcare teams often use topical corticosteroids such as Prednicarbate which is a nonhalogenated corticosteroid which does not pass into the systemic circulation. Purpose: The aim of this study is to describe the in vivo effect of Prednicarbate on thedoi:10.33140/ijor.03.03.06 fatcat:razpgmbvkjbpfaeqvexovszzv4