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|Title||Patient centred leg ulcer care||Download File|
|Publication||Nursing Times Jan 2002 - Vol: 98, No 2|
|Key Points||Treatment according to patient needs. Large Limb Eczema under padding. Ulcer for 3 months Used 4 LB|
|Title||ActiFast: a new tubular retention bandage||Download File|
|Author||Jeanette Muldoon Activa Healthcare|
|Publication||Nursing in Practise July 2002|
|Key Points||Types of retention bandages. Ideal bandages. Versatility and indications.|
|Title||Skin care Practical Aspects||Download File|
|Author||Jill Daniels Chair RCN Derm Forum|
|Publication||Nurse 2 Nurse Vol:02, Issue :11 26-28|
|Key Points||Emolient Types. Plymouth Hydration flow. Eczema.|
|Title||Self-management in combating chronic skin disorders||Download File|
|Publication||Journal of Lymphoedema, 2012, Vol 7, No 1|
|Key Points||Ensuring individuals have access to appropriate treatment programmes is paramount in preventing condition from worsening and problems from re-occurring. Using aids such as Debrisoft to gain successful results and thus prevent further complications should be considered as part of the skin hygiene regimen of all patients.|
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