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Abstract / Poster

Poster

Poster:

„Verstehen und verstanden werden“ (M.Kaiser et al)

Fachsymposium Gesundheit

St. Gallen Januar 2018

Poster:

"VAC Therapie- immer eine gute Wahl“ (M.Kaiser et al)

Dreiländertagung 2015 Chronische wunden – breit gefächert

Karlsruhe Deutschland

Poster:

Diverse Poster

an EWMAs 2012 / 2014 / 2015 / 2016

Poster:

“When fish skin accelerates healing of hard to heal wounds”  (M.Kaiser et al)

EWMA Amsterdam 2017

Poster:

Posterpreis für „Lokalbehandlung bei Hautmetastasen: sinnvolle Palliation“ (M.Kaiser et al)

SAfW 2012

Abstract

Abstract:

“Einsatz von Fischhautmatrix und Kohle bei freiliegender Sehne und Diabetes“ (M.Kaiser et al)

18. Symposium über moderne Wundbehandlung

Kongresshaus Zürich SAfW 15.9. 2016

Abstract:

activated carbon cloth directly applied on chronic wounds (M.Kaiser et al)

EWMA London GB, 2016

Abstract:

SPATULA-DEBRIDEMENT – A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR A GENTLE WOUND BED PREPARATION

 

M.Kaiser1,

Institution: Department of Surgery, Limmattal Hospital, Urdorferstrasse 100, CH-8952 Schlieren, Switzerland

Contact address: Michaela Kaiser, Woundexpert, Email: Michaela.Kaiser@spital-limmattal.ch

 

Aim:

Various techniques have been described in the literature detailing the use of debridement-tools for example curettes or scaples. We propose a new spatula-device* which would be ideal for either the woundbed preparation or the cleaning of skin surrounding from danders. 

Methods: We tested a transparent polycarbonate-spatula, using on both sides, the narrow side, 0.5 cm and the wide side, 1.2 cm for efficient removal of fibrin deposits or biofilm. With this cell-friendly spatula corners and angles can be softly disburdened from slough.

 

Results: The removal of skin cells, fibrin and slough can be done easily, atraumatic which protection of granulations tissue against bleeding. The measurement of wound dimensions by use of the measuring scale on the spatula is a quick help for wound documentation. With the spatula sterile application of creams or ointments is possible. The spatula is shatterproof.

 

Conclusion: The existing methods of standard debridement tools are less than ideal. The spatula may now be considered to be an effective method with simple instruction in the management of wound bed preparation. It is clinically tested since 2015 and will further be important for mechanical conditioning of chronic wounds.

 

*Kaiserkit Spatula