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Necrotic tissue must be removed by surgery and/or other means to allow the healing process.
Dry, fibrinous tissue is a result of dead cells and needs to be removed.
Fibrinous tissues need to be removed. These wounds can contain exudate that must be managed.
The wound is yellow and red due to the presence of fibrin and newly formed red granulating tissue.
The wound is red, with predominant newly formed granulating tissue.
The wound is pale pink, with a newly formed, fragile, epithelializing tissue.
New tissue is formed and has to be protected.
The wound is characterized by pain, erythema, edema, heat, a high level of exudate and odor. Healing is delayed.
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