Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, April 4th, 2004
"Bioengineered skin substitutes have emerged over the past 20 years as the most carefully studied and proven of the advanced wound management technologies. While the initial impetus for their development was to replace autograft, allograft, and xenograft in burn applications, they have found even wider application in the treatment of chronic venous and chronic diabetic ulcers. The current review addresses the history of skin substitutes', surveys the landscape of existing Food and Drug Administration-approved products and other...
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