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Wound Infection Made Easy

Greg Shultz, L Grothier, Terry Swanson
13 February 2015

It is important that clinicians understand how infection develops, how signs and symptoms manifest in various aetiologies, and how and when to initiate use of topical antimicrobials and systemic antibiotics in wounds clinically diagnosed as infected. This made easy reviews current practice and provides practical advice on how to prevent and manage infection in wounds of various aetiologies.

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