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Janeway lesions in three patients with infective endocarditis caused by Staphylococcus aureus were biopsied. Two taken before therapy, showed evidence of suppuration and microabscesses. The other lesion which developed while the patient was on appropriate therapy, showed minimal inflammatory reaction.
Incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD) is a defined pathological entity and presents a significant burden for patients and health-care systems. The main objective of this evaluation was to test the efficacy and safety of a skin barrier cream in the management of uncomplicated IAD in elderly patients. Ten incontinent patients with mobility problems that… (More)
Wound healing is both a science and an art, and modern advances in wound management are ensuring that advanced clinicians use both clinical knowledge and experience when deciding on wound dressings and therapies. When there is a lack of evidence, then selection of dressings or therapies becomes extremely difficult and inappropriate treatment can occur. This… (More)