Conditions treated

Chronic Wounds

A chronic wound is a non-healing wound that does not heal in an orderly set of stages and in a predictable amount of time as acute wounds do. Wounds that do not heal within one to three month are then considered chronic.

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Acute Wounds

Acute wounds are wounds that progress through normal stages of healing within four weeks. If a wound does not progress normally through these stages, then it can be considered a chronic wound.

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