Monitoring moisture without disturbing the wound dressing

@inproceedings{McColl2009MonitoringMW,
  title={Monitoring moisture without disturbing the wound dressing},
  author={David McColl and M Macdougall and Lynne Watret and Patricia Connolly},
  year={2009}
}
The concept of moist wound healing (MWH) is relatively new. It was possibly first espoused by John Bull and his co-workers (1948), and later demonstrated experimentally by George Winter (1962) and Howard Maibach (Hinman and Maibach, 1963). While these studies were conducted on experimental, acute wounds in animals (domestic pigs) and humans, their results… CONTINUE READING