Compression therapy in leg ulcer management
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Compression therapy in leg ulcer management

Valerie Brown Staff Nurse
David Marshall , Research Nurse, Ulster Hospital, Dundonald, Belfast

Leg ulcer management is an important consideration for all nurses involved in the care of older people. Non-specialists in tissue viability might not always be aware of the evidence base for best practice. The authors examine the effectiveness of multilayer and single-layer long- or short-stretch bandage systems in leg ulcer management.

Nursing Standard. 15, 22, 64-70. doi: 10.7748/ns.15.22.64.s60

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