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Since the initial publication in 1997 of the basic research behind Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and the additional review in 2006, much additional research has been conducted. This short review highlights some of this additional basic research into the mechanisms and physiological responses to the controlled applicaiton of sub-atmospheric pressure for wound care.
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