Maggot debridement aids wound healing

Using medical-grade maggots to clean dead tissue from hard-to-heal wounds can help prevent amputation, according to a doctor in Branson, Mo., who said, “They clean the wounds by dissolving dead and infected tissue, they disinfect the wound and they speed up the rate of healing. They ... help bring blood supply to the surface, allowing for new cell growth.”

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