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This study aimed to determine the effect of the clinical application of vacuum sealing drainage (VSD) on the treatment of deep burn wounds.This single-blind, randomized, controlled study included patients who were admitted to our hospital with deep burns from January 2018 to December 2020; the patients were randomly divided into the VSD and control (CON) groups. The number of days from treatment to skin grafting; survival rate of the first skin graft; rate of positive bacterial culture; visual analog scale (VAS) pain score; and durations of wound healing, antibiotic drug use, and hospitalization were analyzed and compared between the groups.The application of VSD significantly shortened the number of days from treatment to skin grafting (P < .05); improved the survival rate of the first skin graft in patients with severe burns (P < .05); reduced the rate of positive bacterial culture (P < .05); reduced the VAS pain score (P < .05); and shortened the durations of wound healing (P < .05), antibiotic drug use (P < .05), and hospitalization (P < .05).Vacuum sealing drainage had a good clinical effect on the recovery of deep burn wounds.

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Tao Sun, Wenjie Ying, Shuangshuang Wang, Caiqiang Chen, Pengyu Sun, Jinglei Tan. Clinical Application of Vacuum Sealing Drainage for the Treatment of Deep Burn Wounds. The American surgeon. 2021 Nov 19:31348211054527


PMID: 34797180

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