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Title: Current practices in wound management at St. Luke’s hospital
Authors: Ellul, Marianne
Keywords: Wounds and injuries -- Treatment
Wounds and injuries -- Research -- Malta
Pharmaceutical services -- Malta
Wound treatment equipment industry
Wound healing
Issue Date: 1992
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy
Citation: Ellul, M. (1992). Current practices in wound management at St. Luke’s hospital. In A. Serracino-Inglott (Ed.), Pharmacy Final Year Students 1992 Project Abstracts, Vol. 1, (pp. 259-263). University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy
Abstract: In the past ten years, wound management has changed dramatically as a result of new research into tissue repair and the factors affecting healing. This has meant that some conventional wound care methods could well have a detrimental effect on the rate of wound healing (Ferguson A., 1988). Current practices in wound management at St. Luke's Hospital (SLH) were investigated in order to determine the extent of usage of traditional wound care products and in so doing identifying the potential problems in a move towards modern wound management techniques.
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