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Wound infection is a common problem. This collection will address the following clinical questions:
What is wound infection?
Why do we need to treat wound infection?
How to diagnose wound infection?
When to treat wound infection?
What can be used to treat wound infection?
Fierheller, Marjorie; Sibbald, R. Gary
Fierheller, Marjorie; Sibbald, R. Gary Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 23(8):369-379, August 2010.
Increased periwound skin is one of the indicators for wound infection
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Landis, Stephan J.
Landis, Stephan J. Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 21(11):531-540, November 2008.
A comprehensive review of treatment approach for wound infection
Salcido, Richard "Sal"
Salcido, Richard "Sal" Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 20(7):368-369, July 2007.
A concise discussion on what is bioburden and wound infection
Sibbald, R. Gary; Woo, Kevin; Ayello, Elizabeth A.
Sibbald, R. Gary; Woo, Kevin; Ayello, Elizabeth A. Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 19(8):447-461, October 2006.
Remember NERDS and STONES to diagnose wound infection.
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