Consensus Document: PHMB and its potential contribution to wound management

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Consensus Document: PHMB and its potential contribution to wound management

1 December 2010

If the use of PHMB is to ascend into the armoury of the UK wound care clinician, there needs to be careful review of its effectiveness, control of its use in clinical practice, and education of clinicians at the forefront of wound care.

It is the intention of this document to provide material from the consensus group’s meeting and additional information to enable the reader to understand the framework of the discussions. It is not a systematic review, but does provide information on which to base a consensus document.

In turn, the consensus document will provide a framework for clinical utilisation of this technology, to educate and inform clinicians and to provide industry with key performance indicators, based on the questions that arose from the meeting.

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