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Wound Closure Manual

Wound Closure Manual

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Published by: MoreMoseySpeed on Nov 09, 2012
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his manual has been prepared for the medical professional whowould like to learn more about the practice of surgery–the dynamics of tissue healing, the principles of wound closure, and the materials available to today’s practitioners. Most important, it touches on some of the critical decisions which must be made on a daily basis to help ensure proper wound closure.ETHICON PRODUCTS, a Johnson & Johnson company, is the world’s leading marketer of surgical sutures and is the only U.S.company that offers an adhesive with microbial protection as analternative to sutures for topical skin closure.ETHICON enjoys a reputation for developing quality products toenhance the lives of patients and for providing outstanding service to customers. We hope you find this manual useful. But, above all,we hope that it reflects our high regard for the men and womenwho have chosen the medical profession as a career.ETHICON PRODUCTS 
David, L. Dunn, M.D., Ph.D. Jay Phillips Professor and Chairman of Surgery,University of Minnesota 
We thank Dr. Dunn for his contributions to the Wound Closure  Manual. Dr. Dunn is currently the Jay Phillips Professor and Chairman of Surgery at the University of Minnesota. This department has a long-standing tradition and has attained national and international recognition for excellence in training academic general surgeons and surgical scientists. He is also the Division Chief of General Surgery, Head of Surgical Infectious Diseases, Director of Graduate Studies, and Residency ProgramDirector of the Department of Surgery.Dr. Dunn has published over 400 articles and book chapters in the areas of Surgical Infectious Diseases and Transplantation. He has received regional and nationwide recognition in several academic organizations and is a Past-President of the Surgical Infection Society, the Association for Academic Surgery, the  Minnesota Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, the Society of University Surgeons and the Society of University Surgeons Foundation.

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