Wound Essentials 11 (1) The dos and don’ts of documentation

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Wound Essentials 11 (1) The dos and don’ts of documentation

Fania Pagnamenta
27 June 2016

The documentation of wounds is complex and it can be difficult to know what to include. This article provides succinct advice on aspects of wound and nursing care that should be recorded, such as wound type, tissue characteristics, exudate, infection, pain, healing, photography and treatment plans.

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