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Venous Leg Ulcer guidelines

Australian and New Zealand Clinical Practice Guideline for Prevention and
Management of
Venous Leg Ulcers

Now available for Download



Contents and Abstracts

The current cover page of the latest issue of the Journal is found here along with the contents and abstracts of the articles contained within the current issue of the journal.

Volume: 21 - Issue: 4
Release: November 2013

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In this issue...

Guest editorial Templeton S Download
Decreasing pressure injury prevalence in an Australian general hospital: a 10-year review Miles SJ, Fulbrook P, Nowicki T & Franks C Download
Evidence summary: Wound management: doxycycline for chronic wounds Joanna Briggs Institute - Wound Healing and Management Node Group Download
A prospective randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of calcium alginate and retention dressings in split-thickness skin graft donor sites Gillman L, Barnden L, Yearwood M, Santamaria N & Sperring B Download
Evidence summary: Wound management: tea tree oil Joanna Briggs Institute - Wound Healing and Management Node Group Download
Matrix metalloproteinases during wound healing – a double edged sword Röhl J & Murray RZ Download
Successful management of infected wounds using a solution and gel containing Betaine and PHMB Smith S Download
TIME-H in clinical practice — a pilot study Conduit C, Free B & Sinha S Download
Evidence summary: Wound management: debridement — wet-to-dry moistened gauze Joanna Briggs Institute - Wound Healing and Management Node Group Download


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