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|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|
|Date||1 April 2004|
|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|
THE IMPACT OF A MONOFILAMENT DEBRIDEMENT PAD IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ACTINIC KERATOSIS
Anita Heron,Georgina Maginn
Bob was very distressed by ineffective treatment for his actinic keratosis, which was sore and looked and smelt unpleasant. Debrisoft removed 90% of the scales on first use. Bob can self manage and NHS costs greatly reduced.
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