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Larval therapy as a means of debridement

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Larval therapy as a means of debridement

Edward White
26 September 2016

With the advent of online databases of medical literature, modern wound care specialists have at their disposal a vast body of knowledge to inform their clinical decision-making. From the massive quantity of published evidence, one can discern trends that have cemented a number of core tenets into the mind of every wound care practitioner: the importance of a moist wound healing environment to successful healing, the importance of dressing selection in effective exudate management throughout the course, of treatment and of course, the need to prepare the wound bed for optimal treatment and thus healing.

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