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Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma As A Preparative for Resurfacing Burn Wounds with Split Thickness Skin Grafts
Samarth Gupta, Pradeep Goil, Sangeeta Thakurani
Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Burns, SMS Hospital Jaipur, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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BACKGROUND

Split thickness skin graft is a widely accepted technique to cover large defects. Shearing, hematoma and infection have often been attributed as major causes for graft loss. Autologous platelet rich plasma (PRP) has been used in various treatment modalities in the field of plastic surgery for its healing, adhesive and hemostatic properties owing to the growth factors that are released. This Study primarily throws light on the usage of PRP over difficult Burn wound beds to augment graft uptake and attenuate complications.

METHODS

The patients were divided into two groups of those who were subjected to use of autologous PRP as a preparative burn surfacing and the control group who underwent standard method of treatment.

RESULTS

Patients in PRP group significantly showed a higher graft adherence rate as compared to those with other method. It also reduced pain, and hematoma formation.

CONCLUSION

Application of PRP is a safe, cost effective, easy method to increase graft adherence rate in patients with burns where graft loss is noticed and there is shortage of donor sites.

Keywords: Autologous, Platelet rich plasma, Burn, Wound, skin graft
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: General
Received: 2019/12/21
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