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Wound infection is an important complicating factor in the wound healing process, and infections can be even more complex and difficult to manage in the case of wounds with biofilms. Silver has been used to treat infected wounds for a long time now, and the strength of the product depends on the...
Wound bed preparation is the management of a wound in order to optimise healing and/or facilitate other therapeutic measures. It is the most pivotal step in healing wounds. Early referral to a specialist wound clinic can markedly improve the wound healing process. This overview will discuss the...
Managing ulceration in the lower limb for a patient with diabetes can be complex and challenging, requiring a multiprofessional, patient-centred, holistic approach with early referral for specialist review as key. Any delay in referral and intervention can be catastrophic, as time is tissue....
Compression therapy is used to treat leg symptoms arising from chronic venous disease and lymphoedema. Heart failure, which is traditionally regarded as a contraindication for compression therapy, is prevalent among patients with such leg symptoms. This article aims to assess the evidence on the...
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