Debridement Devices Protection Status

Debridement devices are items such as a maggots, lasers, ultrasound, monofilament pads, forceps, scissors or scalpels, or other sharp debridement instruments or technologies used to selectively or non-selectively remove non-viable necrotic tissue from a wound. This is usually performed at the bedside. Removal of necrotic tissue is done sequentially and in combination with other debridement methods, such as pulsed lavage, enzymatic agents, or moisture-retentive dressings.

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