Principles of wound management in paediatric patients

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Principles of wound management in paediatric patients

1 November 2014

This is the fist edition of Best practice statement: Principles of wound management in paediatric patients. It seeks to explain, in accessible and meaningful language, the rationale for application of wound care knowledge in paediatric patients with wounds.

This BPS provides clinicians with a best practice guide covering several areas of wound management in paediatric patients: 

  • Wound aetiology, assessment and diagnosis
  • Child- and young person-centred wound management
  • Napkin-associated dermatitis prevention and management.

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