Charles Anderson, MD discusses techniques available to assess skin perfusion pre-operatively and intra-operatively as well as define the limitations of the different techniques that are used. Dr Anderson also discusses the outcome data demonstrating decreased suture line complications with pre-operative and intra-operative assessment of skin perfusion.
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Charles Andersen, MD, FACS, MAPWCA
Chief of the Vascular/Endovascular Surgery Service (Emeritus)
Chief of the wound Care Service
Clinical Professor of Surgery UW, USUHS
Madigan Army Medical Center
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