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The need to work cooperatively across disciplines for higher quality wound care

With the rising importance of high-quality research in the field of wound care and healing, there is a need for key players from all...
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TCT 2019: System for managing deep vein reflux wins Shark Tank award

Source: CRF At the 2019 Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) meeting (25–29 September, San Francisco, USA), InterVene won the TCT-Shark Tank Innovation Competition for its novel endovenous system (BlueLeaf)...
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A new dawn in diabetic foot care: evidence-based treatments for ulceration

Michael Edmonds, a pioneer in the treatment of the diabetic foot, has underlined the need for innovation and development in the wound care field....
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The management pathway of surgical wounds healing by secondary intention

At the Charing Cross Symposium (15–18 April 2019, London, UK), Ian Chetter (Hull, UK) presented on the pathway from assessment to treatment for patients...

Wound care specialisation: where are we now?

The impact of chronic wounds—a global “healthcare problem”—is felt by patients and the medical community, yet there is limited education on the management of...

The increasing importance of interdisciplinary wound care

Keith Harding advocates for the increased involvement of medical staff in the treatment of patients with wound healing difficulties, as the number of chronic...

Choosing compression to heal venous leg ulceration

There is a robust evidence base to support the use of compression therapy for healing venous leg ulceration and for preventing ulcer recurrence. The most...
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