Supporting clinical papers

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Supporting Clinical Papers

MESI ABPI MD related:

  • Research and audit
    Research and audit 307 KB

    Reducing variation in leg ulcer assessment and management using quality improvement methods

UCS Debridement related:

  • Wounds UK
    Wounds UK 342 KB

    The role of surfactants in mechanical debridement - by Trudie Young

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    Effective debridement can be achieved in a busy clinic environment

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    Cost efficacy of using Juxta CURES™ and UCS™ debridement cloths

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    Demystifying debridement and wound cleansing

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    How wound cleansing and debriding aids management and healing

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    Surfactants in the treatment of chronic wounds and biofilm management.

Juxtacures related:

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    An alternative to compression bandaging in venous leg ulcers

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    Appropriate compression is necessary to prevent recurrence in venous leg ulceration

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    Innovative compression therapy systems can improve practice

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    Cost efficacy of using Juxta CURES™ and UCS™ debridement cloths

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    Meeting the challenges of delivering leg ulcer services

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    Using an adjustable compression system to treat community leg ulcers

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    Juxta CURES: An innovative method of providing compression for leg ulcer management

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    Juxta CURES™ : when is it appropriate?

Juxtafit & juxtalite related:

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    Use of Juxta-Fit™ to reduce oedema and promote self-management

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    Juxta-Fit™ compression garments in lymphoedema management

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    Use of pressure wraps in treating lymphoema in care

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    juxtalite - a simple and effective solution to preventing recurrent venous leg ulcers

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    Successful outpatient mgmt of lymphoedema with wraparound device

RAL Compression related:

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    Treatment and prevention of recurrence of venous leg ulcers using RAL hosiery

BS Duomed Soft related:

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    The use of compression hosiery in mixed aetiology ulceration and palliative care