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Newsletter – January 2012

May 11, 2012

Editorial Julie Jordan OBrien – President WMAI Dear members and colleagues, At the recent meeting in Galway it was great to see so many enthusiastic colleagues in wound care, industry representatives and practitioners all working together to improve the quality of wound care in Ireland.  But how can we ensure [&hel…
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Newsletter: January 2011 V5, Issue 1

January 1, 2011

WMAI’s quarterly newsletter for January 2011. This newsletter features: a message from Georgina Gethin, President of WMAI, about the 15 year anniversary and the state of wound care in Ireland; the ‘journal watch’ section with articles about pilonidal sinus disease, risk factors of ulcers in neonatals, and negative pressure wound therapy; aswell as a case report on Larvae therapy by Julie Jordan O’Brien. This newsletter also sets dates for the Bursary applications for 2012 and other not…
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Marco Romanelli

Newsletter: April 2010 V4, Issue 2

April 1, 2010

Guest Editorial Marco Romanelli MD. PhD. – Wound Healing Research Unit University of Pisa Diagnostic and therapeutic advances are progressing rapidly in the field of wound care. Within the last several years, new advances in wound healing, molecular biology and pharmacology, as well improved understanding of the pathophysiology of diseases, [&hel…
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Prof. Jan Apelqvist, Lund, Sweden.

Newsletter: September 2008 V3, Issue 2

September 1, 2008

Diabetic Foot Ulcer – A Time To Act! Prof. Jan Apelqvist, Lund, Sweden. The diabetic foot constitutes a tremendous challenge for patients, care givers and the health care system. The International consensus document of 2007 is a mile stone in the recognition of the importance and consequences of the diabetic [&hel…
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