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Treating surgical wounds in rural south western Uganda

Helen Shepherd, Paul Shepherd, Sarah Mueller
23 August 2010

<p>Health services in developing countries often experience difficulties with limited supplies of equipment, understaffing and overcrowding. This hospital featured in this article demonstrates the problems faced by clinicians working in rural Uganda, where extreme poverty and a lack of funding mean that treating patients’ wounds can be a unique challenge.</p>

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