Darlene McCord Scientific Publications

The Selection of Skin Care Products for Use in Hyperbaric Chamber May Depend on Flammability Acceptability Indices Score
McCord, Darlene E. PhD, FAPWCA; Newton, Barry E. BSME, PE; Fore, Jane MD, FAPWCA, CCWS; Chiffoleau, Gwenael PhD Advances in Skin & Wound Care . 21(2):79-84, 2008.

Using Olivamine-Containing Products to Reduce Pruritic Symptoms Associated With Localized Lymphedema
McCord, Darlene PhD, FAPWCA; Fore, Jane MD, CCWS, FAPWCA
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 20(8):441-446, 2007.
doi: 10.1097/01.ASW.0000284921.92802.7b

Understanding the Pathophysiology of Diabetic Skin May lead to Topical Intervention Resulting in Reduced Wounding and Loss of Limb
McCord, Darlene E., Ph.D., FAPWCA, Kravitz, Steven R., DPM, FAPWCA

Anatomical and Physiological Basis for Corneotrophic Care of the Skin
Gurll, Nelson J. MD, FACS, FAPWCA; McCord, Darlene E. PhD, FAPWCA
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 22(9):402-411, 2009.
doi: 10.1097/01.ASW.0000360259.45722.b3

Topical Micronutrient Products Significantly Reduced Radiation Dermatitis and Improved Patient Quality of Life Scores in a Year-Over-Year Study of Eighty-Two Patients
Davenport, David E. M.D., FACR, McCord, Darlene, Ph.D., FAPWCA, Bull, Brenda R.T.(R)(T)

Cell Therapy Products – The New Approach to Tissue Repair
Taylor-McCord Darlene, The Wound Care Institute, Inc.
April/May 1996, Vol. 1 No. 2

Using Olivamine-Containing Products to Reduce Pruritic Symptoms Associated With Localized Lymphedema
McCord, Darlene, PhD, FAPWCA; and Fore, Jane, MD, CCWS, FAPWCA, Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 2007, Vol. 20, No. 8

The Use of Olivamine* Containing Advanced Skin Care Products During Radiation Therapy.
Davenport, Dave E. MD, Bull, Brenda, RT (R) (T) and McCord, Darlene Ph.D. Study #LIT073