Dressing wounds
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Dressing wounds

Mary Jones Senior Clinical Research Nurse
Julia Davey Research Nurse, Amanda Champion RGN, Research Nurse, The Surgical Material Testing Laboratory, Bridgend and District NHS Trust

This article describes the choice and method of application of wound dressing in a variety of situations. The types of wounds covered include those in awkward areas, cavity wounds and fungating wounds. The problems of patients with allergies to wound dressings are also discussed.

Nursing Standard. 12, 39, 47-56. doi: 10.7748/ns.12.39.47.s43

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