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Abstract Existing evidence is inadequate to assume increased skin temperature is a risk factor for the development of pressure ulcers (PUs). PURPOSE: The purpose of this prospective, descriptive study was to examine the relationship…

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True or False?

Folliculitis is more common in female patients who have a stoma.

Case Series
In this case series, the author evaluated a multimodal approach in patients with wounds that did not respond to conventional therapy. These patients were initially…
Case Series
Skin popping (SP) is a popular technique for drug misuse, for its ease of administration and longer duration of effect. Skin infection is a well-described sequela of SP…
Children With Wounds: Asking the Right Questions
Introduction Bacterial skin infections account for one of the most common topics discussed among medical professionals. In the hospital, cutaneous breaks (…
Empirical Studies
Abstract BACKGROUND: Plantago major is a medicinal plant that has been used for centuries to treat various health conditions including wounds. PURPOSE: To…
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