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A patient’s perspective of using larval therapy

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A patient’s perspective of using larval therapy

Linda Rafter
31 May 2010

This article, the second in a two-part series, explores wound healing from the patient’s perspective and the effect this had on their quality of life. Larval therapy is frequently used to treat patients with complex wounds. Nevertheless, a paucity of information exists on patients’ preferences and acceptance of larval therapy compared with other treatments.

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