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Patient story: a missed opportunity to provide top-level wound care

26 February 2015

<p class="p1">Adanna Walker is a young woman living in Ontario, Canada. She wounded her foot in an accident with a golf cart eight years ago when she was 23 years old. She recalls the story of her injury, the treatment she received for her wound and her overall experience of wound care in Canada. A wound care clinician comments on the clinical management of Ms Walker’s wound and makes recommendations for improvements. He emphasises the importance of a thorough assessment and supportive patient care.</p>n<p class="p1"> </p>

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