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Nonhealing venous leg ulcers in primary care

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Nonhealing venous leg ulcers in primary care

Annemarie Brown, Nicola Whayman, Richard White
1 March 2013

A review of numerous venous leg ulcer (VLU) clinical trials involving compression therapy revealed that, in all cases, a significant proportion of wounds – approximately 20% after 2 years – do not heal with conservative treatment (Rippon et al, 2007)

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