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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.

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...

22 JANUARY

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One thousand prosthetic legs being sent to change lives in West Africa

08 JANUARY

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Study looks at use of faecal management systems

05 JANUARY

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Study finds that skin patch could help to heal diabetic ulcers

12 DECEMBER

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New cell discovery may help to heal non-healing wounds