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Using collagen dressings in non-healing wounds Quick Guide

8 May 2016

Multiple factors may result in a wound failing to heal according to a normal trajectory. This Quick Guide looks at using collagen to restart the healing process, the important roles collagen dressings play in tissue repair, and ultimately, how collagen can help a wound re-epithelialise and move towards closure.

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