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Venous Leg Ulcer guidelines

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

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Volume: 21 - Issue: 4
Release: November 2013

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In this issue...

  Contents
Guest editorial Templeton S
Decreasing pressure injury prevalence in an Australian general hospital: a 10-year review Miles SJ, Fulbrook P, Nowicki T & Franks C
Evidence summary: Wound management: doxycycline for chronic wounds Joanna Briggs Institute - Wound Healing and Management Node Group
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
Evidence summary: Wound management: tea tree oil Joanna Briggs Institute - Wound Healing and Management Node Group
Matrix metalloproteinases during wound healing – a double edged sword Röhl J & Murray RZ
Successful management of infected wounds using a solution and gel containing Betaine and PHMB Smith S
TIME-H in clinical practice — a pilot study Conduit C, Free B & Sinha S
Evidence summary: Wound management: debridement — wet-to-dry moistened gauze Joanna Briggs Institute - Wound Healing and Management Node Group


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