Wound Essentials 7(2): Best practice in continence skincare

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Wound Essentials 7(2): Best practice in continence skincare

Daphne Colpman
18 January 2013

Poor management of incontinence can result in a loss of
patient dignity, prolonged hospital stay and increased care
costs. It is the excoriation and maceration of skin that causes
pain and patient discomfort, and can result in secondary
infection. This article emphasises best practice in this area.

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