Wound identification and dressing selection chart
Hypergranulation can be reduced by applying hypertonic saline foam and compression. It is important to exclude neoplasia. If uncertain then biopsy. SKIN TEARS. AIM: To rapidly heal fragile skin. Aim to achieve closure with elastic strips without tension on application.
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n Hypergranulation Tissue Thick, red, raised tissue that can form around the feeding tube where it enters the body. The tube site will be red and may bleed easily. In some cases, a clear or cloudy discharge may be present. This discharge can lead to breakdown of the skin at the tube site. n surrounding skinWound Infections
Hypergranulation Red, moist tissue raised above the level of the skin (proud flesh) Non-granulation tissue Moist, red (pale to bright) non-pebbled tissue Granulation tissue Firm, red, moist, pebbled healthy tissue Slough Dry or wet, loose or …