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20 DECEMBER

Product pyramid

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

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18 DECEMBER

Journal digest

Community nurses’ experiences of treating patients with leg ulcers

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Community nurses spend approximately 25–50% of their working time attending to patients with leg ulcers, however, their views and experiences of attending to these patients are poorly explored...

12 DECEMBER

General

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New cell discovery may help to heal non-healing wounds

11 DECEMBER

In brief

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Journal of Community Nursing showcases new wound care videos

11 DECEMBER

General

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New educational app aimed at children with eczema

11 DECEMBER

In brief

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Urgo Medical announces British Skin Foundation certification of wound care dressings and compression products