Treatment of superficial wounds and management of associated pain
Jones Menna Lloyd Senior nurse tissue viability, North West Wales NHS Trust
Superficial wounds usually result from trauma and can be extremely painful. This article discusses the treatment of superficial wounds as well as the assessment and management of the associated pain. It uses scenarios based on different types of wounds in patients across the age range.
Primary Health Care.
18, 4, 41-46.
This article has been subject to double blind peer review
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