This document is a practical guide to the management of burn injuries for healthcare professionals everywhere who are non-burns specialists. With an emphasis on presenting hands-on and relevant clinical information, it focuses on the evaluation and management of non-complex burn injuries that are...
The concept of TIME has been discussed for 10 years and is widely accepted in clinical practice. However, since it was originally proposed in 2003, much has changed in both the fields of research and clinical practice. Therefore, it was felt necessary by the International Wound Infection Institute...
Much of the emphasis in the field of compression has been on the lower limb. This Template for Practice is unique in attempting to provide an international resource that provides guidance on the appropriate use of compression garments for the upper body.
This is the first document in a template series launched by the Lymphoedema Framework which aims to enhance the care of patients with lymphoedema by providing concise, relevant and highly practical information.
This European Wound Management Association (EWMA) document focuses on lymphoedema bandaging in Europe and is intended to form part of an educational campaign that will facilitate consensus in lymphoedema practice across Europe.
This is the second position document produced in association with the European Wound Management Association (EWMA).
This practical document is the second in the template series, launched by the Lymphoedema Framework. It is designed to support healthcare professionals in setting up and developing much needed lymphoedema services.