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Wound assessment

Diabetic foot ulcer management: the podiatrist's perspective

In 2010/11, 8.8% of all hospital admissions (with at least one overnight stay) for patients with diabetes involved a foot problem. There were 5917 non-traumatic lower extremity amputation admissions,...

Real-time bacterial fluorescence imaging accurately identifies wounds with moderate-to-heavy bacterial burden

Wound bacterial management is critical, therefore evaluation of CSS to determine a wound's status along the accepted bacterial contamination-to-infection continuum is important to any wound...

Early wound infection identification using the wire tool in community health-care settings: an audit report

Wound infection is defined as the presence of microbes in the wound, which multiply and cause a host reaction either locally, in surrounding tissues, or systemically.6 This host reaction is manifested...

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