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Evidence in wound care

Andreas Stang, David G Armstrong, Dirk T Ubbink, Fran Game, Gulnaz Tariq, Hester Vermeulen, Jeanette Milne, Joachim Dissemond, William Jeffcoate
9 September 2020

There is an ever-growing variety of products and devices available to practitioners to improve healing rates and patient outcomes, but practitioners should be able to critically appraise evidence to make appropriate evidence-based changes to practice. This position document reviews the available evidence in wound care, looking especially at the critical appraisal of level 1 evidence, before considering the steps required to translate evidence to practice.

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