Journal of Wound Care

Archived since May 2014

95 issues

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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For the last (December) issue of JWC for 2021 we have a wide range of studies: Papers include an evaluation of the performances of lipid colloid technology with nano-oligosaccharide factor (TLC-NOSF) dressings with polyabsorbent fibres in an unselected population of patients under real-life conditions; a presentation of the clinical evidence supporting the use of a unique hydro-responsive wound dressing; a case series describing the process of applying negative pressure wound therapy with instillation and dwell time (NPWTi-d) early as part of a contaminated wound treatment plan; a report describing a case of a 14-day-old neonate, weighing 2.5kg, who had undergone epicardial double chamber pacemaker implantation for a congenital complete atrioventricular block, and who was treated conservatively; a study of 12 patients with diabetic foot ulcers who used home mechanical negative pressure wound therapy; a systematic review and meta-analysis over a 20-year period for clinical studies reporting on the treatment of SJS/TEN; and a study aiming to develop a wound dressing for diabetic foot ulcers prepared from the blending of silkworm fibroin and aloe gel extract. There is also a guest editorial ‘Cellulitis: diagnosis and differentiation’ from Dixa B Thakrar and Muhammad J Sultan.
Also, included in our Silk Road supplement, we have: a review of a dual pressure indicator, two-layer compression system for treatment of venous leg ulcers; a comparison of the effectiveness of two commonly used moist dressings, Aquacel and Aquacel Foam, in managing split-thickness skin graft donor site wounds; a systematic review of the effect of the optimal range of tight glycaemic control protocols using a continuous insulin infusion on reducing the incidence of surgical site infections in adult patients with diabetes undergoing cardiac surgery; a case series investigating maggot debridement therapy in the treatment of hard-to-heal diabetic foot ulcers; and a 10-year cohort study on the incidence and prevalence of pressure ulcers in hospitals.

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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

  • First Issue: May 2014
  • Latest Issue: December 2021
  • Issue Count: 95
  • Published: Monthly