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NCT ID: NCT04219657 Completed - Clinical trials for Stem Cell Transplant

Comparison Between Skin Graft Versus Skin Graft and Stem Cell Application

Start date: October 29, 2016
Phase: Phase 1
Study type: Interventional

Trauma is the leading cause of soft tissue loss of the heel. Children constitute the largest group of victims of such injuries. Spoke wheel injury, road traffic accident are common mode in the children. Oestern and Tscherne have classified soft tissue injuries into four grades from 0-4. The treatment of Grade 0 and 1 injuries is typical cleansing and application of a moist wound healing dressing. But further grades need surgical management with debridement and reconstruction. Grade III and IV can be reconstructed by using graft, flaps or various other techniques. . Skin grafting offers poor functional and cosmetic results, although it is commonly performed with good take rates. mesenchymal stem cells will be isolated from umbilical cord with informed consent from the mothers. This study will open a new avenue for the treatment of heel pad injury. . Since the use of stem cell (especially in Pakistan) is completely a new technique in the management of heel pad injury, it will provide insight for better management by accelerating the wound healing process.