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In Silico and invitro modelling of chronic wounds to improve our understanding of wound biomechanics and to test novel medical devices (2024)
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Hendon, A. C. (2024). In Silico and invitro modelling of chronic wounds to improve our understanding of wound biomechanics and to test novel medical devices. (Thesis). University of Hull. https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4703110

Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is a widely used system that aids the healing of chronic wounds through the application of sub-atmospheric pressure. The effectiveness of this method is widely recognised, however the mechanisms behind this are... Read More about In Silico and invitro modelling of chronic wounds to improve our understanding of wound biomechanics and to test novel medical devices.

Bioartificial scaffolds fabrication and their use for in vitro testing of wound healing devices (2023)
Thesis
Mandolini, N. (2023). Bioartificial scaffolds fabrication and their use for in vitro testing of wound healing devices. (Thesis). University of Hull. https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4386661

In the last decades Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) has shown its efficacy in wound healing, applying continuous or intermittent subatmospheric pressure to the wound surface by means of dressing systems. While there is general consen... Read More about Bioartificial scaffolds fabrication and their use for in vitro testing of wound healing devices.