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Individualising wound care research: The Woundcare for Epidermolysis Bullosa Project. / Grocott, Patricia; Graham, Tanya; Blackwell, Rebecca; Currie, Conchita; Pillay, Elizabeth ; Clapham, Jane; Graham-King, Pauline; Hon, Jennie; Snelson, Karen.

In: Wounds UK, Vol. 9, No. 3, N/A, 13.09.2013, p. 23-32.

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Harvard

Grocott, P, Graham, T, Blackwell, R, Currie, C, Pillay, E, Clapham, J, Graham-King, P, Hon, J & Snelson, K 2013, 'Individualising wound care research: The Woundcare for Epidermolysis Bullosa Project', Wounds UK, vol. 9, no. 3, N/A, pp. 23-32.

APA

Grocott, P., Graham, T., Blackwell, R., Currie, C., Pillay, E., Clapham, J., ... Snelson, K. (2013). Individualising wound care research: The Woundcare for Epidermolysis Bullosa Project. Wounds UK, 9(3), 23-32. [N/A].

Vancouver

Grocott P, Graham T, Blackwell R, Currie C, Pillay E, Clapham J et al. Individualising wound care research: The Woundcare for Epidermolysis Bullosa Project. Wounds UK. 2013 Sep 13;9(3):23-32. N/A.

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Grocott, Patricia ; Graham, Tanya ; Blackwell, Rebecca ; Currie, Conchita ; Pillay, Elizabeth ; Clapham, Jane ; Graham-King, Pauline ; Hon, Jennie ; Snelson, Karen. / Individualising wound care research: The Woundcare for Epidermolysis Bullosa Project. In: Wounds UK. 2013 ; Vol. 9, No. 3. pp. 23-32.

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abstract = "The authors report The Woundcare for Epidermolysis Bullosa (WEB) Project, which undertook to design dressing retention garments to replace flat and tubular bandages traditionally used in wound care for EB. Participants with EB reported greater comfort, healing of persistent wounds, and enhanced self-esteem using the new garments, and an average annual saving of £10 943 per patient is estimated.",
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