Journal of Wound Care

Archivado desde May 2014 Archivo Moderno Mensuel
124 números
The Journal of Wound Care provides the latest evidence-based information and best practice procedures. Keep up-to-date on all aspects of wound care, including the prevention and treatment of wounds and associated skin conditions. All articles are peer-reviewed by an expert panel of advisors and reviewers, and include the latest state-of-the-art research and clinical practice articles. Subscribe now to make sure you receive the latest issue in newsstand as soon as it is published

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In this EWMA special edition, the journal features research on improving outcomes for patients with hard-to-heal wounds following adoption of the Wound Hygiene Protocol; a new testing methodology to assess relative swelling rise of foam dressings to support measurement of wound bed conformability; and the safety and effectiveness of an antiseptic wound cleansing and irrigation solution containing polyhexamethylene biguanide. The application of deep learning to pressure injury staging to improve its accuracy and efficiency is examined; a retrospective cohort study assesses the antibacterial efficacy of a polyhexanide hydrogel  versus an alginate-based wound dressing in burns; and a pilot randomised controlled trial compares wound size reduction between microjet wound therapy versus sharp debridement. The clinical impact and acceptance of an infection management pathway is the focus of education and evaluation; the treatment of hard-to-heal wounds in ischaemic lower extremities with a novel fish skin-derived matrix is analysed; and a randomised controlled trial compares outcomes between activated carbon cloth versus silver-based dressings in a population with a diabetic foot ulcer. Commentary this month is on the pivotal role of debridement in wound healing.
This edition also includes the North American Supplement which features a systematic review of the use of key performance indicators to inform evaluation of wound care programmes for people with complex wounds; a case report of Rosai–Dorfman–Destombes disease with central nervous system involvement and cutaneous wounds; an online survey of family physicians in Canada to determine post-surgical wound care practices; and a case series documenting an alternative approach to the management of post-Mohs surgical wounds with a hypothermically stored amniotic membrane.

Sujetos: Bioscience, Business And Professional, Medicine, Science And Technology

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  • Primer Número: May 2014
  • Último número: May 2024
  • Cantidad de números: 124
  • Publicado: Mensuel