Extending the TIME concept: what have we learned in the past 10 years?(*).

@article{Leaper2012ExtendingTT,
  title={Extending the TIME concept: what have we learned in the past 10 years?(*).},
  author={David John Leaper and Gregory S. Schultz and Keryln J Carville and Jacqueline Fletcher and Theresa Swanson and Rebecca Drake},
  journal={International wound journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={9 Suppl 2},
  pages={
          1-19
        }
}
The TIME acronym (tissue, infection/inflammation, moisture balance and edge of wound) was first developed more than 10 years ago, by an international group of wound healing experts, to provide a framework for a structured approach to wound bed preparation; a basis for optimising the management of open chronic wounds healing by secondary intention. However, it should be recognised that the TIME principles are only a part of the systematic and holistic evaluation of each patient at every wound… CONTINUE READING
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