Wound clinicians see various types of chronic wounds. Which of the following is not a type of chronic wound?
- Pressure Injury/Ulcer
- Venous Ulcer
- Arterial Ulcer
- Burn Wound
Pearls for Practice
Introduction Wound healing is a complex process; many factors, including the presence of bacteria, can potentially delay actual healing.
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