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Wound healing Classification

Wound healing Classification

The ability to anticipate the possibility of surgical site infections, surgical problems, and reoperation is the clinical significance of correct wound classification. Wound classification can also assist with determining morbidity, mortality, and quality of life.  Patients who receive grafts benefit from this classification system as well, since it aids in determining the degree of bacterial contamination during grafting and, as a result, the graft's capacity to heal properly. 

The human body isn't sterile by any means. Infection occurs as a result of dynamic relations between a host, a possible pathogen, and the surrounding environment. It occurs when a microbe effectively evades the host's immune defenses, resulting in detrimental alterations in the host. An infection is preceded by a sequence of intricate interactions that are currently unknown.

  • Class 1: Clean
  • Class 2: Clean-contaminated
  • Class 3: Contaminated
  • Class 4: Dirty-infected
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