Comparison of Subcuticular Sutures versus Interrupted Sutures in Terms of Postoperative Wound Outcome and Cosmetic Outcome

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Dr. Garima Saxena, Dr. S. N. Jajoo, Dr. Meenakshi Yeola (Pate)

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Background: Wound closure is the intention of stitching. Ideally, the wound edges should be approximated by suture such that the final scar is aesthetic and functional.  The healing process and cosmetic result can be influenced by skin wound and incision closure techniques. The goal of this research is to compare two widely used skin closure techniques, i.e. interrupted and subcuticular sutures, to determine which of them is superior in terms of wound healing and cosmetic outcome in clean wound, clean contaminated wound, contaminated wound.

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Dr. Garima Saxena, Dr. S. N. Jajoo, Dr. Meenakshi Yeola (Pate). (2021). Comparison of Subcuticular Sutures versus Interrupted Sutures in Terms of Postoperative Wound Outcome and Cosmetic Outcome. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 4023 - 4029. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/517
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