Chronic Wound Healing: Clinical Measurement and Basic Science
This concise and fully illustrated book examines the range of measurement techniques available today and assesses their significance and role in the management of patients, as well as their use to the researcher in wound healing.
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Clinical aspects of lower limb ulceration
Measurements in the neuropathic foot
Measurement of blood flow in patients with leg ulcers
Measurement of transcutaneous oxygen tension in chronic wounds
Morphometry and other measurements
Biochemical measurements of tissue and wound fluids
Cellular signalling in wound healing
The study of tissue structure in the wound environment
Models in wound healing
Design and analysis of research studies in wound healing