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Advances in pressure ulcer prevention and treatment Made Easy

Anne-Marie Dunk, José Verdú-Soriano, Molly Sammon
5 November 2015

Statistically significant advancements in clinical practice and technology with regard to pressure ulcer prevention and treatment have been made over the past 20 years. This has been driven by clinicians, researchers, educators, administrators and, more recently, governments, with clinical practice guidelines that underpin these activities. This Made Easy highlights the latest national and international guidance on prevention and treatment strategies for pressure ulcer care, with a focus on the role of silicone-foam wound dressings.

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