Conference Proceedings of the Third International Vivano Conference held from 19th – 21st March 2014 in Nuremberg, Germany
During a two-day conference international speakers presented their experiences with negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds but also in cases of third- and fourth-degree burns, in complex surgical interventions of the abdominal region, in open fractures as well as in thoracic and cardiac surgery. The this year’s conference focused on questions whether negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) resulted in wound healing more often and more quickly than standard wound therapy, for which indications can NPWT be used and how should the cost-benefit ratio be evaluated.
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