debride

[dih-breed, dey-]
verb (used with object), debrided, debriding.
to clean (a wound) by debridement.

Origin:
by back formation

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As you continue, the callus becomes softer and easier to debride, with a pinkish color.
Instead of bringing the patient back to his clinic to debride, he debrides him in the telemedicine room out of convenience.
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