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|Title||Minimalism: Actico cohesive short stretch bandage case studies:||Download File|
|Publication||Poster presentation UWMEF Cardiff 2001|
|Key Points||Case Study 1: Less active patient. 4lb too bulky ls too tight 12 year ulcer- daily dressings at times. Case Study 2: Active patient. Poor hygiene and compliance. Wanted to wear footwear|
|Title||The treatment of venous ulceration in a young & fit man||Download File|
|Publication||Irish Nurse February 2002. Scottish Nurse March 2002|
|Key Points||Leg Ulcers take 24-50% D/N time. Traumatic wound, wanted to wear shoes. No evidence of healing in 8 weeks.|
|Title||Bandages-Where to begin||Download File|
|Key Points||Review of evidence to support the effectiveness of SSB, including Franks study. Slippage of cotton bandages identified. List of bandages including Actico and Actiban, Flexiban, Acti-Fast, Acti-Wrap also mentioned.|
|Title||Randomised trial comparing four layer with Actico cohesive short stretch compression bandaging in the management of chronic venous ulceration||Download File|
|Author||P.Franks, M.Moody, C.Moffatt, R.Martin, R.Blewett, E.Seymour, A.Hildreth, C Hourican, J Collins, A Heron,|
|Publication||Tissue Repair and Regeneration 2004: 12; 157-162|
|Key Points||159 patients, 12 centres- Outcomes; ulcer closure 4 LB 68%, CSSB 73%. Mobility deficit did not affect healing with cohesive short stretch bandages|
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