Madhuri Gore

Dr. Gore has been a faculty member at L T M medical college department of surgery for 30 years and chief of surgery for 11 years. She has tremendous drive to conduct training programs in trauma, burns, venous diseases, surgical intensive care and basic surgical skills. Her fields of interest have been burn and wound care, venous disorders and trauma. As chief of burn care for more than 20 years, she has conducted several research projects, clinical trials and has developed banana leaf dressing contributing to development of wound care products. Having established the first Allograft Skin bank in India in April 2000, she introduced the concept of skin donation to Indian society. She has been the President of Indian association of trauma and critical care and Indian society of wound management. Besides being sought for giving speeches, she has contributed more than 50 articles to journals and 10 chapters to different books. Dr. Gore’s contribution to training and research in these areas has been acknowledged with awards, orations and felicitations. From September 2010 she is conducting her own surgical practice.

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Split thickness skin grafting procedure is a simple but essential and important one to achieve closure of a full thickness or deep partial thickness skin defect. It needs to be performed with care and precision for successful outcome. The present publication is devoted to skin grafts. Three important components of this procedure are preparation of wound bed, fixation of skin grafts to the recipient area to improve possibility of graft take and management of skin graft donor area for both full thickness and split thickness grafts. The chapters have been distributed in these three sections.

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