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Skin incision: The literature and our experience support the traditional use of vertical skin incision, especially in children under one year of age and in young age groups.1,7,12-16 In this study, 162 (59.3%) of the skin incisions made were vertical and 111 (40.7%) of them were horizontal.
Corneal Shape Changes and Astigmatic aspects of scleral and corneal tunnel incisions. J Cataract Refract Surg 1997; 23: 301-302.
Demographic data of patients, body mass indices (BMIs), entry point of the trocars (infratrans--supraumbilical), type of incision (vertical-transverse), duration of the operation, and scar properties at follow-ups were prospectively collected and analyzed.
Selecting the site for the initial skin incision plays a great role in whether or not the patient will develop an infection postoperatively.
Cats can damage incisions by licking them, chewing at them, or by being too active during the healing process.
The Prevena system is a disposable negative pressure system designed specifically for the management of closed surgical incisions. It covers and protects the incision from external contamination, while negative pressure removes fluid and infectious material from the surgical incision.
Incisions on chestnuts increase plantlets germination and emergence rates in most cultivars and selections.
Prophylactic prosthetic reinforcement of midline abdominal incisions in high-risk patients.
Based on the findings, the authors recommend an optimal range for cesarean incision length to be between 12 and 17 centimeters (about 4.5 - 6.5 inches), and advise that neither shorter nor longer incisions be performed when possible.
Comparison of surgically induced astigmatism after sutureless temporal clear corneal and scleral frown incisions. J Cataract Refract Surg.
The PREVENA DUO System is the first single use negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) system designed specifically for the simultaneous management of two closed surgical incisions, configured to help reduce post-operative complications in bilateral procedures, such as vascular harvesting, breast reconstruction, and orthopedic trauma surgeries.
The incidence of surgical site infection in two different types of skin incisions was observed on day 1 and day 7.