Normal wound healing is done through the stages of hemostasis, removal of infectious agents, resolution of the inflammatory response, restoration of the connective tissue matrix, angiogenesis, and resurgence.

Problematic (or chronic) wounds are those that do not fully proceed through this process due to a host of local and systemic host factors. For this reason, chronic wounds are often classified as diabetic, venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers, or pressure ulcers.

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