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Product pyramid

Explore all categories of wound care products, with details of individual treatments and their performance indicators.

Understand product performance in clinical practice with digests of the underpinning evidence.

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Journal digest

New paper looks at how micromechanical forces affect chronic wound healing

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How technologies such as NPWT affect chronic wounds on a cellular level

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In brief

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Surface that mimics shark skin can be used to fight infection

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In brief

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5 days to go before 200-mile sponsored cycle for the Lindsay Leg Club Foundation

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General

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First diabetes-related foot ulcer prevention device made available on prescription

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In brief

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Researchers discover new antimicrobial agent