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ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE MONITORING OF THE WOUND-HEALING PROCESS.
Year:
1983
Authors :
איזינבוד, אליעזר
;
.
שינדלר, חיים
;
.
Volume :
9
Co-Authors:
Adam, L.
Tadmor, A.
Aizinbud, E.
Schindler, H.
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From page:
227
To page:
232
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Total pages:
6
)
Abstract:
The healing process was studied of five surgical wounds in sheep caused by the implantation of pacemaker electrodes in the vaginal or vulvar submucosa, while the electrodes were being used for impedometric measurements of the tissue surrounding them. Separate measurements of conductance (G) and capacitance (C) wee carried out at frequencies ranging from 10 Hz to 100 kHz. The highest specific conductance at 100 kHz ( mu mho/cm) was observed on the 3rd postoperative day - 3095 plus or minus 172 SEM (n equals 5), at which time the wound area was considerably swollen. Thereafter, the conductance gradually decreased and stabilized in 17-20 days at 2194 plus or minus 54 when the healing process was terminated. The decreasing impedance angle and tissue phase angle indicated that during the healing process cell volume decreased and cell density increased.
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ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE MONITORING OF THE WOUND-HEALING PROCESS.
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Adam, L.
Tadmor, A.
Aizinbud, E.
Schindler, H.
ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE MONITORING OF THE WOUND-HEALING PROCESS.
The healing process was studied of five surgical wounds in sheep caused by the implantation of pacemaker electrodes in the vaginal or vulvar submucosa, while the electrodes were being used for impedometric measurements of the tissue surrounding them. Separate measurements of conductance (G) and capacitance (C) wee carried out at frequencies ranging from 10 Hz to 100 kHz. The highest specific conductance at 100 kHz ( mu mho/cm) was observed on the 3rd postoperative day - 3095 plus or minus 172 SEM (n equals 5), at which time the wound area was considerably swollen. Thereafter, the conductance gradually decreased and stabilized in 17-20 days at 2194 plus or minus 54 when the healing process was terminated. The decreasing impedance angle and tissue phase angle indicated that during the healing process cell volume decreased and cell density increased.
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