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A clinical evaluation of 25 patients using Kliniderm foam

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A clinical evaluation of 25 patients using Kliniderm foam

Brenda King, Donna Welch, Simon Barrett
8 June 2021

This article describes the evaluation in clinical practice of Kliniderm foam bordered and non-bordered, including the heel-shaped wound dressing on 25 patients over a twoweek period, with an average of four dressing changes and a minimum of two dressing changes. An evaluation form was completed at each dressing change, which aimed to elucidate particular aspects of the dressing’s performance, considering: patient comfort on application, ease of application, conformability of the dressing, the dressing’s ability to manage exudate, ability to stay in place, ease of removal and patient comfort on removal, the condition of the wound and the surrounding periwound skin. The ratings on evaluation forms were collated and an average rating was calculated for each category.

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