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Wound Essentials 7(2): Choosing the appropriate dressing: hydrocolloids

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Wound Essentials 7(2): Choosing the appropriate dressing: hydrocolloids

Carol Hedger
18 January 2013

This article looks at the benefits of using hydrocolloid
dressings in the treatment of a range of wound problems,
such as dry black eschar, as well as aiding autolytic
debridement in sloughy wounds, surgical wounds, abrasions
and minor burns.

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