Surgical Wound clinical trials at University of California Health
2 in progress, 1 open to eligible people
open to eligible people ages 18 years and up
The purpose of this study is to determine the potential influence of sun protection on the aesthetic outcome of post-surgical scars following the reconstruction of Mohs micrographic surgery defects via linear repair. This study will be performed as a randomized split-wound study. Half of the wound will be treated with zinc containing sunscreen and the other half of the wound would not be treated. Three-months post-surgery, the scar will be evaluated via the patient observer scar assessment scale (POSAS), a validated scar instrument, as well as a colorimeter to measure the amount of vascularity, and hyperpigmentation between the treated and the non-treated area compared to the 'surrounding skin' defined as skin in the proximity but not adjacent to the wound. Any adverse events will also be recorded.
at UC Davis
RECELL® System Combined With Meshed Autograft for Reduction of Donor Skin Harvesting in Soft Tissue Reconstruction
Sorry, in progress, not accepting new patients
A prospective randomized within-subject controlled study to compare the clinical performance of conventional autografting with and without the RECELL system on acute non-burn full-thickness skin defects.
at UC Irvine UCLA
Our lead scientists for Surgical Wound research studies include Daniel Eisen, MD.