Caring for Wounds Research Paper by CalDR

Caring for Wounds
A study into the proper care of wounds by nurses and other medical staff.
# 30339 | 7,589 words | 42 sources | MLA | 2002 | US


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Description:

This paper addresses the basics of appropriate and potentially successful nursing in wound care and the promotion of healing. The first section provides some introductory information on the problem of wound care. This is followed by a discussion of the relevant literature and an explanation of the research methodology used within the thesis. The paper then provides the results of the thesis, offering a framework that can be used for insuring that the essential basics in wound care are provided by nurses. Finally the study includes a section on the conclusions drawn from the thesis. The paper makes reference to a number of specific wound types, caused by diseases such as diabetes, old-age and physical impairment among others.

Contents:
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
Inflammatory Phase
Proliferative Phase
Remodeling Phase
Background
Statement of Purpose
Significance to Nursing
Integrated Review of the Literature
Method
Results
Optimization of Wound Healing
Conclusions
References

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Caring for Wounds (2003, September 03) Retrieved September 22, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/caring-for-wounds-30339/

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"Caring for Wounds" 03 September 2003. Web. 22 September. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/caring-for-wounds-30339/>

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