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The use of a new honey dressing on an infected diabetic foot ulcer

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The use of a new honey dressing on an infected diabetic foot ulcer

Lian Evers
1 November 2011

Finding a dressing that provides an optimal wound healing environment for the patient and is also cost-effective can be a difficult process (Baranoski, 2008). This is particularly true for hard-to-heal wounds, which are associated with long duration and a high incidence of complications, often resulting in considerable quality of life and financial burdens (Romanelli et al, 2008).

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