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Giornale Italiano di Dermatologia e Venereologia 2009 June;144(3):217-28

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Current management of wound healing

Gottrup F., Karlsmark T.

Department of Dermatology Copenhagen Wound Healing Center, Bispebjerg Hospital Copenhagen, Denmark


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While the understanding of wound pathophysiology has progressed considerably over the past decades the improvements in clinical treatment has occurred to a minor degree. During the last years, however, new trends and initiatives have been launched, and we will continue to attain new information in the next decade. It is the hope that increasing parts of the new knowledge from basic wound healing research will be implemented in daily clinical practice. The development of new treatment products will also continue, and especially new technologies with combined types of dressing materials or dressing containing active substances will be accentuated. Further developments in the management structure and education will also continue and consensus of treatment guidelines, recommendations and organization models will hopefully be achieved.

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