In this volume, JR offers the public a look inside that which, for now, is inaccessible. The Wound (La Ferita)is a poignant reflection on the wound endured by cultural institutions during the pandemic.
Author: Arturo Galansino
Publisher: Marsilio Editori
French "photograffeur" JR's tribute to cultural institutions during COVID-19 Throughout the pandemic, cultural institutions have been forced to shut their doors to the public. Palazzo Strozzi in Florence has commissioned street artist JR (born 1983) to address this unfortunate reality. He has done so by transforming the facade of the Palazzo into a towering photographic collage installation that functions like an anamorphosis: when viewed from a particular vantage point, the distorted image reveals a courtyard, exhibition hall and library. In this volume, JR offers the public a look inside that which, for now, is inaccessible. The Wound (La Ferita)is a poignant reflection on the wound endured by cultural institutions during the pandemic. The book includes a conversation between the artist and curator Arturo Galansino, in which they delve into the genesis and realization of this singular piece.
Like the early morning sunrise after agonizingly long, cold, and dark wintry days, I began to warm to the idea that the chaos and cruelty that scars our lives is not the beginning nor the end of the story for any of us.
Riou J P. Cohen JR , Johnson H Jr 1992 Factors influencing wound dehiscence . American Journal of Surgery 163 ( 3 ) : 324–330 Riyat M S. Quinton D N 1997 ...
Author: Moya Morison
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
This resource is designed to help both students and professionals take a self-directed, problem-solving approach in finding answers to problems encountered in daily practice. Case studies present a clinical wound care situation and encourage readers to research the solution using resources from specific chapters in the book, the internet, and other references. The research skills featured in this valuable learning tool will be used time and time again by wound care professionals seeking answers to tough cases and striving to provide superior patient care. Clinically and academically credible Patient centred Enquiry based (encouraging activity and is interactive) Experienced authors from UK and US Full colour throughout
Author: Theodore W. Jennings Jr.Publish On: 2005-06-08
This section deals with Samuel and Saul and Elijah and Elisha. These are not warriors but persons whose sacral power is also erotic power that may find expression in erotic practices with persons of the same sex.
Author: Theodore W. Jennings Jr.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
The very suggestion that there may be homoeroticism in Hebrew narrative may seem odd given the supposition that the religion and culture of ancient Israel resolutely opposed same sex erotic relationships. The apparent prohibition of homosexuality in Leviticus and the story of Sodom from Genesis have been made to speak for the whole Hebrew Bible. The oddity of this situation has not been lost on some interpreters who have recognized that the story of Sodom tells us no more about attitudes toward what we call homosexuality than the story of the rape of Dina tells us about attitudes toward heterosexuality. Prof. Jennings says that the well-known eroticism of the Hebrew Bible is not confined to heterosexuality but also includes an astonishing diversity of material that lends itself to homoerotic interpretation. In Part one, Jennings examines saga materials associated with David. It is no innovation to detect in the David and Jonathan's relationship at least the outline of a remarkable love story between two men. What becomes clear, however, is that the tale is far more complex than this since it involves Saul and is set within a context of a warrior society that takes for granted that male heroes will be accompanied by younger or lower status males. Thus the complex erotic connections between David and Saul and David and Jonathan play out against the backdrop of a context of "heroes and pals." The second type of same sex relationship explored has to do with shamanistic forms of eroticism in which the sacral power of the holy man is both a product of same sex relationship and expressed through same sex practice. This section deals with Samuel and Saul and Elijah and Elisha. These are not warriors but persons whose sacral power is also erotic power that may find expression in erotic practices with persons of the same sex. The third type of same sex relationship discusses we now call transgendered persons, especially males, and their erotic relationship to (other) males. Here the book explores the transgendering of Israel by several prophets who use this device to explore the adultery and promiscuity that they wish to attribute to Israel, as well as the story of Joseph.
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Author: Joseph M McCulloch
Publisher: F.A. Davis
This most complete resource is back in a full-color, thoroughly revised, updated, and significantly expanded 4th Edition that incorporates all of the many scientific and technological advances that are changing the scope of practice in this multidisciplinary field. Learned authors Joseph McCulloch and Luther Kloth have gathered world renown experts in wound management to present a comprehensive text that is evidence based, clinically focused and practical. Responding to the ever-changing field of wound management, the 4th Edition is far from a simple update; it is virtually a brand-new text. The committed and respected teams of authors and contributors have broadened the scope of this text and expanded it from 14 to 35 chapters.
Peacock EE Jr. Control of wound healing and scar formation in surgical patients. Arch Surg 1981; 116:1325–1329. Peacock EE Jr. Wound healing and wound care.
Author: A. David Rodrigues
Publisher: CRC Press
Applies recent molecular discoveries to the evolving treatment of skin therapy and points out future research areas. Presenting the most up-to-date research in wound treatment, this comprehensive reference analyzes the critical alterations in the composition and organization of the extracellular matrix following injury. Beginning with a chemicobiological history of wound healing and leading into a study of artificial wound coverings, the book progresses toward the application of fetal wound materials for adult scarless repair and the role of different macromolecules in wound repair. With nearly 40 recognized specialists addressing the most recent developments in wound care today, Scarless Wound Healing investigates the multifaceted role of hyaluronan in epithelial recovery the effects of changes in sulfation on skin proteoglycans distribution and composition changes of proteoglycans, including syndecans in scarring the role of the hyaluronan receptors RHAMM and CD44 in wound recovery the biology of fibroproliferative disorders the influence of transforming growth factors (TGF) to stimulate cell recovery fetal wound healing and more! Supplemented with over 1500 literature references, drawings, and tables, Scarless Wound Healing is invaluable reading for all plastic, reconstructive, cosmetic, maxillofacial, and general surgeons; dermatologists; glyco- and chemical biologists; and medical school students.
- Not only written by experts but the content of each of the chapters has also been peer-reviewed. - Presents a step-by-step approach to the treatment of chronic wounds. - For dermatologists, but also many other medical disciplines such as general practitioners and family physicians who also treat chronic wounds.
Collagenase promotes the cellular responses to injury and wound healing in vivo. J Burns Wounds 2005;4:e8.  Motley TA, Lange DL, Dickerson Jr JE, ...
Author: Debasis Bagchi
Publisher: Academic Press
Category: Health & Fitness
Wound Healing, Tissue Repair and Regeneration in Diabetes explores a wide range of topics related to wound healing, tissue repair and regeneration, putting a special focus on diabetes and obesity. The book addresses the molecular and cellular pathways involved in the process of wound repair and regeneration. Other sections explore a wide spectrum of nutritional supplements and novel therapeutic approaches, provide a comprehensive overview, present various types of clinical aspects related to diabetic wounds, including infection, neuropathy, and vasculopathy, provide an exhaustive review of various foods, minerals, supplements and phytochemicals that have been proven beneficial, and assess future directions. This book is sure to be a welcome resource for nutritionists, practitioners, surgeons, nurses, wound researchers and other health professionals. Explains diabetic wounds and their complications Assesses the role of nutraceuticals, herbal supplements and other modalities for use in treating diabetic wounds Provides protocols for diabetic wound management
Le Poole IC, Das PK, Krieg SR, Mekkes JR, Westerhof W (1991) Organotypic culture of human skin for studying wound healing. Wounds 3:102–1 1 0 5.
Author: W. Westerhof
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book is the fruit of lectures given during the symposium "Proteolytic Enzymes and Wound Healing" at the Joint Meet ing of the Wound Healing Society and the European Tissue Repair Society held in Amsterdam, August 22-25, 1993. Look ing back, we can conclude with satisfaction that the meeting was a great success, with regard to both the number of partici pants and the scientific level. Enormous progress is being made in the field of wound heal ing and tissue repair. It was therefore of prime importance that one fundamental aspect in the healing of chronic wound- the proteolytic debridement of tissue necrosis - be given thorough attention during the above-mentioned symposium. Renowned authors dealt with the various aspects of proteoly tic enzymes and wound healing, so that a unique overview was given. The lectures were written up and arranged into the various chapters of this book, which should provide the reader with a practical guide in understanding and treating necrotic wounds. Wiete Westerhof, M. D., Ph. D. President of the Organizing Committee of the Joint Meeting of the Wound Healing Society and the European Tissue Repair Society Contents Pathobiology of Necrosis P. K. Das and W. Westerhof.. ................................... .