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The Host-Microbiota Axis in Chronic Wound Healing (2023)
Thesis
Stafford, A. R. (2023). The Host-Microbiota Axis in Chronic Wound Healing. (Thesis). Hull York Medical School. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4424929

Chronic, non-healing skin wounds represent a substantial area of unmet clinical need, leading to debilitating morbidity and mortality in affected individuals. Due to their high prevalence and recurrence, chronic wounds pose a significant economic bur... Read More about The Host-Microbiota Axis in Chronic Wound Healing.

A mixed methods study of outcomes, experiences, and perceptions of through-knee and above-knee amputation (2022)
Thesis
Crane, H. (2022). A mixed methods study of outcomes, experiences, and perceptions of through-knee and above-knee amputation. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4312145

Through-knee amputation (TKA) has several theoretical physical advantages over above-knee amputation (AKA), yet AKA remains the preferred level of amputation by UK vascular surgeons when below-knee amputation (BKA) is not feasible. How clinician’s pe... Read More about A mixed methods study of outcomes, experiences, and perceptions of through-knee and above-knee amputation.

Mechanochemical ablation in the treatment of superficial venous incompetence (2021)
Thesis
Mohamed, A. (2021). Mechanochemical ablation in the treatment of superficial venous incompetence. (Thesis). Hull York Medical School, the University of Hull and the University of York. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4223528

Background The routine management of venous incompetence has undergone considerable changes in the last two decades led by the introduction of minimally invasive endovenous techniques. At the heart of these changes has been a drive to offer patients... Read More about Mechanochemical ablation in the treatment of superficial venous incompetence.

Minimally invasive treatment of venous insufficiency using endovenous laser ablation (2011)
Thesis
Carradice, D. (2011). Minimally invasive treatment of venous insufficiency using endovenous laser ablation. (Thesis). Hull York Medical School, the University of Hull and the University of York. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4211989

Background Venous insufficiency is very common and causes significant quality of life (QoL) impairment. Conventional open surgery featuring junction ligation, stripping of the axial vein and phlebectomy is known to offer significant benefits over... Read More about Minimally invasive treatment of venous insufficiency using endovenous laser ablation.