alexa Infection following soft tissue injury: its role in wound healing.
Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry & Physiology: Open Access

Author(s): Ryan TJ

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Abstract PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Wound infection has always been an unconquered problem temporarily improved with the discovery of antibiotics but now struggling with an epidemic of resistant organisms. Wound healing has become a popular sub-speciality for the doctor and allied health professional working in the laboratory or at the bedside. It is a field with many new journals and frequent congresses that publish elaborate proceedings. These have been examined for this review. RECENT FINDINGS: Measurement of infection remains elusive. A clear difference between contamination and infection is difficult to delineate. In the era of the HIV/AIDS epidemic attention is drawn to host factors, which when attended to are as effective in suppressing infection as antisepsis. The bacterial capacity to put on a protective coat known as biofilm is a newly investigated system. SUMMARY: Antisepsis and antibiotics continue to provide a wealth of studies and some new technology. The evidence base, as examined by Cochrane systematic reviews, suggests that our strategy for preventing and dealing with infection of wounds needs further refinement. This article was published in Curr Opin Infect Dis and referenced in Biochemistry & Physiology: Open Access

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