Negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is a wound-care approach that is used to treat big, chronic, persistent wounds as well as acutely difficult wounds . An electronically controlled pump and a foam dressing that drains the wound make up the system. An airtight adhesive membrane covers the wound and applies adjustable negative pressure. NPWT drains wound exudate and is supposed to aid healing by improving blood circulation.
This systematic review intends to update the Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care's systematic reviews on NPWT. The goal of these studies was to compare wound healing and adverse effects in patients with acute and chronic wound who received NPWT vs conventional treatment.
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