What is Biological Debridement of Bed Sores?

By Nursing Home Law Center

Biological debridement of bed sores involves the use of maggots to eat the decayed tissue from the wound. In addition to removing decayed tissue, the maggots clean harmful bacteria from the wound. The FDA approved the use of maggots to clean bed sores in 2004.

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