LIMITATIONS FOR EVIDENCE-BASED WOUND DEBRIDEMENT by DENNIS R. HUNT A manuscript submitted in partial fulfillment

@inproceedings{Hunt2012LIMITATIONSFE,
  title={LIMITATIONS FOR EVIDENCE-BASED WOUND DEBRIDEMENT by DENNIS R. HUNT A manuscript submitted in partial fulfillment},
  author={R. Hunt and Lorna Schumann and Cindy R Corbett and Billie M Severtsen and D. Hunt},
  year={2012}
}
Limitations for evidence-based wound debridement By Dennis R. Hunt Washington State University Chair: Dr. Lorna Schumann Wound healing problems are common in health care and cost the health care system billions of dollars each year. The choices in wound care product use should be guided by scientific research. With more than 150 companies selling between 200 300 different brands of wound dressings, there is need to have scientific research pointing to the most cost effective wound dressing… CONTINUE READING

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