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This article examines the benefits of larval therapy through reflection and analysis of one patient’s experiences with this wound treatment option.
Diphtheria and tetanus have been brought under control in many areas of the world through mass immunisation programmes. Consequently, they are becoming forgotten infectious diseases. As diseases gradually disappear from the general population, more people come to regard them as diseases of the...
It is generally accepted that pressure ulcers adversely affect the quality of life of many patients, but there is little data to substantiate this assumption. Michael Clark discusses the use of health-related quality of life instruments to gather generic and disease-specific information on the...
In 2001 the government launched Essence of Care ( DoH 2001 ), a resource pack providing a tool to help Improve the quality of patient care. This article examines the application of clinical practice benchmarking in pressure area care in one community and mental health service trust in Leeds.
Although peptic ulceration is a common and often debilitating disease, advances in diagnosis, treatment and follow up have improved patient management. Dawn Elliot discusses the aetiology, investigation and treatment options for patients with gastric and duodenal ulcers.
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