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Wound Healing With Noncontact Therapeutic Touch Used as an Adjunct Therapy

Kenosian, Carole V. RN, BSN, CETN
Journal of Wound Ostomy & Continence Nursing: March 1995
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Noncontact therapeutic touch Is an effective adjunct therapy for wound healing hat furthers the, theoretic principle of therapeutic touch. The ET nurse's scientific-based, skilled experience could, If combined with sensitivity and compassion, escalate the patient's recovery through the Intentionality of healing through the hands. Synoptic explanations of noncontact therapeutic touch and wound healing are followed by citations from published research.

Copyright © 1995 by the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society