PICO™ incision closure in oncoplastic breast surgery: a case series

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Single-use negative pressure wound therapy (PICO™) has been used on high-risk surgically incised wounds with encouraging results, but there is no evidence for its use in oncoplastic breast surgery. This article reports a case series with closed incisions in oncoplastic breast procedures following the introduction of PICO™.

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