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Publisher: Wounds UK
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: RT, R1

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mesheuropmc: integumentary system, food and beverages
Abstract: This article provides an explanation and visual demonstration of the differences between the pathology and presentation of hydration versus maceration in wounds. This is described in order that the clinician can distinguish between the two and optimise wound treatment.
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    • Atiyeh BS, El-Musa KA, Dham R (2003) Scar quality and physiologic barrier function restoration after moist and moist-exposed dressings of partial-thickness wounds. Dermatol Surg 29(1): 14-20 Jones V, Harding K (2007) Moist wound healing: optimizing the wound environment. In: Krasner DL, Rodeheaver GT, Sibbald RG, eds. (2007) Chronic Wound Care: A Clinical Sourcebook for Healthcare Professionals 4th ed., HMP Communications, Malvern, PA, USA, 2007:199-204 Leung A, Crombleholme TM, Keswani SG (2012) Fetal wound healing: implications for minimal scar formation. Curr Opin Pediatr 24(3): 371-8 Sibbald RG, Elliott JA, Ayello EA, Somayaji R (2015) Optimizing the moisture management tightrope with Wound Bed Preparation 2015©. Adv Skin Wound Care 28(10): 466-76 Wiechula R (2003) The use of moist wound-healing dressings in the management of split-thickness skin graft donor sites: a systematic review. Int J Nurs Pract 9(2): S9-17
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