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Best practice for capturing and presenting accurate wound images

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Best practice for capturing and presenting accurate wound images

Kevin Jacob
12 March 2019

Wound photography can enhance patient and wound assessment when delivered in a manner where images are clear and consistent. Furthermore, when used appropriately, images can influence decision making in treatment planning for a patient. Photography within a clinical research environment also offers the opportunity to map a wound to assess a treatments efficacy and benefits. This article by a senior photographer helps wound care professionals take high-quality images of wounds. By following his simple guidelines even the unskilled photographer can achieve clear, crisp wound images.

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