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Wound management

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,...

Fungating Wounds: management and treatment options

The location of fungating wounds can vary widely and the most common site is the breasts.12 In women fungating wounds often occur in the chest, where breast tumours have metastasised. In men fungating...

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