Aseptically Processed Meshed Reticular Dermal Matrix* for Soft Tissue Reconstruction for Necrotizing Fasciitis: Case Report

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Krista Bauer (Montgomery), RN, WCC, OMS
Kurt Holifield, RN, BSN, WCC, OMS
Kari Day, RN, BSN, WCC
Denise Gilmore, RN
Ashley L. Wardman, LPN

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We present a case of necrotizing infection of the lower extremity. Following serial surgical debridement and negative pressure wound therapy with instillation and dwell time (NPWTi-d), the patient underwent meshed HR-ADM placement. Following six weeks of continued NPWT, autologous grafting was performed. At the time of skin grafting, the meshed HRADM was completely incorporated into the host tissue with a reduction in wound depth with no bone or tendon exposed.

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