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Wound bed preparation: Principles for practice: 'T' for Tissue

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The first article in our series looking at the concept of wound bed preparation seeks to explore in more detail the first component of the TIME framework, that of T for TISSUE. It will discuss the clinical relevance of tissue for all healthcare practitioners involved in caring for patients with a variety of wound management needs within the United Kingdom. At the same time it aims to remind readers of the 'normal' wound healing process and some important cellular components that should be available within the wound bed/margins to support this process, and which can be liberated as a result of the adoption of the TIME framework and in particular relevant clinical interventions related to T for Tissue. Articles on I for Infection, M for Moisture and E for Edge will follow in subsequent issues of Dermatological Nursing.
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Keywords: BACTERIAL BURDEN; DEBRIDEMENT; EXUDATE; GROWTH FACTORS; NECROTIC TISSUE; PRINCIPLES FOR PRACTICE; TISSUE TYPES; WELL VASCULARISED WOUND BED; WOUND BED PREPARATION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2014

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  • Dermatological Nursing is the quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of the British Dermatological Nursing Group (BDNG) and the UK's only quality dermatological nursing journal. It aims to provide cutting-edge articles on the treatment and management of dermatological conditions and the care of patients with skin problems. While the focus is on dermatological nursing, the information included is relevant to other healthcare professionals.
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