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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of debride.


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  • Yesterday, before Bowe had come to, Lachlain had seen to it that all his injuries were debrided and dressed as best as was possible.

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  • Then came patients 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, successive admissions to the burn unit who all became infected with MRSA in their debrided wounds.


  • Boehner needs to serve time as an OR orderly in a MASH unit mopping up the blood and debrided tissue.

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  • Her wound needs to be debrided, a procedure done under general anaesthetic.


  • Adrian, the assistant came in with a papoose board, they wrapped Tarzan up, held his head, and Dr. Lynd debrided the area, put in 3 stitches like a pro, bandaged him up, and we were ready to go.

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  • Which the ER staff did not seem to appreciate as much as he expected, while they debrided the wound and prepped him for surgery for the severed tendon and infection.

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  • How the body swells, how the burned skin becomes a haven for infections, how that skin must therefore be continually debrided—literally scrubbed clean.

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  • It told me they had debrided the wounds, had him on intravenous antibiotics, and were waiting to do a gluteal graft.


  • Wounds from enemy action included a small shrapnel wound in the 1. thigh, rear; fragment extracted and wound debrided and closed with five stitches, and a laceration to the forehead which required three stitches.


  • At each treatment procedure, Excellagen is topically applied to the debrided wound, and then covered with a non-adherent dressing.


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