Repeat irrigation and debridement of the right thigh was performed.
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IND stands for Irrigation and Debridement
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- Instituto Nacional de Deportes (Spanish: National Institute of Sports)
- Intensive Narcotic Detoxification
- International Nomenclature of Diseases (WHO)
- Internodal Distance
- Interplanetary Network Directorate (US Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
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- Investigational New Drug (application to the FDA)
- Investigatory New Drug
- Iota Nu Delta (fraternity)
- Intestinal Neuronal Dysplasia Type B
- Inland Northwest Dance Association (Spokane, Washington)
- Institut Notre-Dame Arlon (Arlon, Belgium)
- Instituto Nacional de Desarrollo Agropecuario (Spanish: National Institute of Agricultural Development; Ecuador)
- International Nonwovens & Disposables Association (now Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry)
- Internet Non Discrimination Act
- Investigational New Drug Application
- Irish .NET Developers Association
- Irish National Dance Awards
- Istituto Nazionale Dramma Antico (National Institute of Ancient Drama)
Samples in periodicals archive:
They insisted on a transcervical approach for type I (localized in the upper mediastinum above the tracheal bifurcation), on irrigaton through subxiphoidal and cervical incisions with additional percutaneous thoracic drainage for type IIA (extending to the anterior lower mediastinum), and on complete irrigation and debridement of the entire mediastinum through a standard thoracotomy for type IIB (extending to the anterior and posterior lower mediastinum).
Robert Stinson performed an irrigation and debridement procedure during which he made an incision into the wound, drained fluid from it and removed dead skin tissue in order to reduce the swelling and clean the infected area.
On day four of this admission, the patient was taken to the operating room where she underwent arthroscopic irrigation and debridement of the left glenohumeral joint and subacromial space, as well as an open AC joint resection.
The patient underwent irrigation and debridement on May 31,2001.
All but one patient, who had a primary wound closure, were returned to the operating room every 48 hours for repeat irrigation and debridement until the wound was clean, at which time the wound was closed.