Wound Treatment: Emerging Evidence

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    Reduce Pain and Manage Exudate
    Howard Faster Healing with Silver Contact Layer in Partial Thickness Pediatric Burns (2017)
    Ferreras   Challenging Exudate Managed with Superabsorbant Dressing (2016)
    SchindlerSave the Patient From Pain, Reduce Dressing Costs and Save Staff Time With New Technology Dressings
    KoernerNew Foam Dressing Technology with Channels Handles Copious Thick, Viscous Exudate Under Compression
    WarnerOn-line Education Tool To Educate Interdisciplinary Staff on Wound Care
    LongExudate Management Utilizing Transfer Technology in Silver Soft Silicone Foam Dressing  (2015)
    MarshallReduce Pain With Full Body Blistering in High Risk Neutropenic Patient. (2015)
    QuimbyToxic Epidermal Necrolysis: Improve Outcomes With Painful Blistering. (2015)
    QuimbyOvercome Pain as an Obstacle to Appropriate Wound Care (2015)
    Turner Treat Moisture and Fungal Skin Breakdown Under Neonatal Tracheostomy (2014)
    KoernerManage Bioburden and Exudate Under Compression: Increase Comfort (2014)
    DunbarReduce Pain With Road Rash Utilizing Soft Silicone Dressings (2013)
    BarrowsSoftening the Pain of Cancer-Related Wounds (2012)
    KaufmanPeristomal Wound Treated with Silicone Dressing and Pouching System (2008)
    WilloughbyTubular Bandages to Improve Venous Return and Reduce Orthostatic Hypertension In SCI Patients (2011)

     

     

    Reduce Pain and Bioburden
    BarrowsHome Health: Use of Soft Silicone Antimicrobial Dressing Improves Outcomes (2013)
    PhilbinImprove Treatment of Complex Wounds With Advanced Wound Technology (2012)
    PattonSplit Thickness Skin Grafts: Silicone Dressing Reduces Pain More Than Bridal Veil Alternative. (2012)
    NowlandRoad Rash: Reduce Infection and Pain at Dressing Change (2011)
    HardyReduce Pain, Odor and Manage Exudate with Fungating Breast Lesions (2011)
    RichardsTreat Infection in the Diabetic Foot Ulcer with Silver Dressings (2011)
    JohannsonAntimicrobial effects of silver-containing foam dressings against common wound pathogens
    DaviesEvidence Review: Minimize Pain, Reduce Bioburden and Trauma to the Wound with Mepilex AG (2011)
    MinerThe Challenge of Treating Irradiated Skin Improves With Advance Wound Care (2010)
    WooAutolytic Debridement, Less Maceration as well as Reduced Pain With Advanced Dressing Technology (2009)

     

     

    Reduce Pain with Contact Layer
    BarrowsSkin Tears: Speed Healing While Reducing Pain as well as Supply Costs (2013)
    RiceTreat Peristomal Breakdown With Soft Silicone Dressings (2013)
    PatersonRadiation Burn Skin Reactions: Reduce Pain with Mepilex Lite (2012)
    BlakelyLess Pain With Negative Pressure Therapy Utilizing Soft Silicone Technology (2012)
    FlowSkin Tears: Improve Comfort, Speed Healing and Reduce Costs with Soft Silicone Dressings (2011)
    DaviesEvidence Review: Reduce Wound Pain Utilizing Soft Silicone Dressing Technology (2008)

     

     

    Burn Care
    GeeKeePediatric Partial Thickness Burns: RCT Comparing 3 Dressings (2014)
    SilversteinMepilex Ag Improves Results Over Silver Sulphadiazine in Partial Thickness Thermal Burns (2011)
    PattonSplit Thickness Skin Grafts: Silicone Dressing Reduces Pain More Than Bridal Veil Alternative. (2012)
    LatenserPartial Thickness Burns: Reduce Pain and Fight Infection (2012)
    DaviesEvidence Review: Minimize Pain, Reduce Bioburden and Trauma to the Wound with Mepilex AG (2011)
    DaviesEvidence Review: Reduce Wound Pain Utilizing Soft Silicone Dressing Technology (2008)

     

    Conformational Positioners and Prevention
    BrennanUse of Conformational Positioners to Reduce HAPI
    Trevelii  Turning, Positioning, Offloading System Reduces Pressure Injury and Improves Patient Handling Safety
    Elling  Repositioning System Reduces Hospital Acquired Pressure Injuries

     

    The Effectiveness of 'Connect2Know' Education
    Warner

    On-line Education Tool To Educate Interdisciplinary Staff on Wound Care