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A collection of articles to discuss deep tissue injury from clinical, epidemiological, and bioengineering perspectives
Honaker, Jeremy; Brockopp, Dorothy; Moe, Krista
Honaker, Jeremy; Brockopp, Dorothy; Moe, Krista Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 27(3):133-140, March 2014.
This study identified transfer as the major risk factor for DTI. The results are consistent with the understanding that shear is responsible for injury to deep tissue.
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Smart, Hiske Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 26(2):56-58, February 2013.
This is an excellent review of the pathophysiology that underlies the develop of DTI. The diagram in this article is very helpful to illustrate and explain the cascade of events.
VanGilder, Catherine; MacFarlane, Gordon D.; Harrison, Patrick; More
VanGilder, Catherine; MacFarlane, Gordon D.; Harrison, Patrick; Lachenbruch, Charlie; Meyer, Stephanie Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 23(6):254-261, June 2010.
DTI is not uncommon. They are often found in heels and sacral areas. This is a great analysis of a large cohort of patients.
Gefen, Amit Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 21(1):30-36, January 2008.
The use of animal and bioengineering models has advanced our understanding of DTI. The role that tissue load and deformation plays in the development of DTI is explained by these models.
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