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Although often ignored, periwound skin damage can increase pain and slow down wound healing. There are a number of ways to maintain healthy skin.
Hunter, Susan M.; Langemo, Diane; Thompson, Patricia; More
Hunter, Susan M.; Langemo, Diane; Thompson, Patricia; Hanson, Darlene; Anderson, Julie; Oh, In Eui; Paulson, Rolf; Rustvang, Dan; Dorman, Seth; Roth, David L. Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 26(2):62-66, February 2013.
Mindful selection of barrier can treat and prevent periwound skin problems.
Zulkowski, Karen Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 25(5):231-236, May 2012.
Moisture associated skin damage is common. This article describes various etiological factors and common management approaches.
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Woo, Kevin Y.; Coutts, Patricia M.; Price, Patricia; More
Woo, Kevin Y.; Coutts, Patricia M.; Price, Patricia; Harding, Keith; Sibbald, R. Gary Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 22(7):304-310, July 2009.
Too much moisture can damage periwound skin resulting in maceration. Maceration may be related to persistent pain.
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