Harrogate 2013 Conference Posters

Wounds UK had an unprecedented number of poster submissions for its 2013 Harrogate conference. The pdfs of the accepted posters presented have been made available here courtesy of Medstrom.

  1. T. R. I. A. G. E. - Can this simple guideline Aid Diabetic Foot Assessment?VIEW PDF

    Jayne Warren, CNS Tissue Viability, Josie Ross, CNS Diabetes, Melissa Blow Diabetes & Tissue Viability Podiatrist.

  2. A Case Study Demonstrating Collabrative Working in Caring for a Patient with a Complex Wound.VIEW PDF

    Andrea McDonald, Senior Tissue Viability Nurse, Provide, St Peters Hospital, Spital Road, Maldon, Essex CM9 6EG 01621 727250 andrea.mcdonald1@nhs.net

  3. A Case Study Demonstrating the use of Appropriate Dressings to Promote Patient WellbeingVIEW PDF

    ELIZABETH SPARKES Tissue Viability Nurse Tissue Viability Centre, St. Peters Hospital, Spital Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 6EG Tel: 01621 727250 Email: e.sparkes@nhs.net

  4. A Case Study Showing The Efficiency Of A Honey Based Mesh In DebridementVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact/Author - Judy Belcher - Tissue Viability Nurse Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Charles Hastings Way, Worcester WR5 1DD. Tel: +44 (0)1905 763333 Ext. 33177, E.mail: judith.belcher@worcsacute.nhs.uk

  5. A Case Study: Experience With A New Zinc Impregnated Compression BandageVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact/Author - Alison Mcgrath - Tissue Viability Nurse South Tees Hospital NHS Trust - Community Division, Unit 14,Omega Business Village, Thurston Road, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 2NJ. Tel: +44 (0)7785 373099 , E.mail: alison.mcgrath@nhs

  6. A CHANGE OF PRACTICE TO A SKINCARE SYSTEM IN AN INPATIENT SPECIALIST PALLIATIVE CARE UNITVIEW PDF

    Amanda Lawson, Tissue Viability Link Nurse

  7. A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF AQUACEL®AG EXTRA™DRESSINGS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH INFECTED DIABETIC FOOT ULCERATION.VIEW PDF

    Louise Mitchell, Podiatry Diabetes Clinical Lead , Colette Booker, Suzanne Dorman, Fiona Muir, Lisa Scott, Kate Duffin, Marie-Claire Anwender, Podiatrists.Birmingham Community Health Care NHS Trust, Warren Farm Health Centre, Kingstanding , Birmingham...

  8. A Clinical Evaluation of KerraFibre® Super Alginate – A New Integrated DressingVIEW PDF

    Cathie Bree-Aslan1, Martin Tadej2, Sylvie Hampton3

  9. A CLINICAL REVIEW: THE BENEFITS OF USING ALGINATE DRESSINGS COMPARED WITH ALTERNATIVE SYNTHETIC DRESSINGSVIEW PDF

    AUTHOR: REBECCA FORDER. CLINICAL SUPPORT NURSE MANAGER. ADDRESS: ADVANCED MEDICAL SOLUTIONS LTD, PREMIER PARK, 33 ROAD ONE, WINSFORD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, CHESHIRE, CW7 3RT. TELEPHONE NUMBER: 07814 015029

  10. A LABORATORY EVALUATION OF THE BLOOD ABSORPTION PROPERTIES OF SURGICAL DRESSINGSVIEW PDF

    AUTHOR: Malin Holmén (Research & Development Department, Mölnlycke Health Care, Gothenburg, Sweden)

  11. A MULTI-CENTRE COHORT STUDY USING THE WOUND EXUDATE DECISION TREE TO EVALUATE SORBSAN SILVER VIEW PDF

    Lead Contact & Lead Author Julie Gove - Tissue Viability CNS Address: Tissue Viability/Leg Ulcer Service Adelaide Health Centre, William Macleod Way Millbrook, Southampton SO16 4XE Mob: 07785351566 Tel: 023 8060 8042 Fax: 023 8053 8751 email: julie

  12. A NEW ANTI‐BIOFILM HYDROFIBER® DRESSING – A CLINICAL STUDY1*VIEW PDF

    David Parsons, PhD, MRSC CChem, Director, Science & Technology, ConvaTec Ltd, Flintshire, UK; Jane Cains, RGN, BSc(Hons), Dip HE, Clinical Project Manager, Clinical Affairs, ConvaTec Ltd, UK; Kim Peters, BSc(Hons), Director Clinical Affairs, ConvaTec...

  13. A NEW ANTI‐BIOFILM HYDROFIBER® DRESSING: DEMONSTRATION OF ENHANCED SILVER PENETRATION & BIOFILM REMOVAL IN VITROVIEW PDF

    David Parsons, PhD, MRSC CChem, Director, Science & Technology; Darryl Short, HNC, Analytical Testing; Kate Meredith, MSc, Scientist, Microbiology Services; Victoria Rowlands, BSc, Scientist, Microbiology Services,; all ConvaTec Ltd, Flintshire, UK.

  14. A NEW ANTI‐BIOFILM HYDROFIBER® DRESSING: IN VITRO DETERMINATION OF MICROBIAL KILL RATE IN BIOFILMSVIEW PDF
  15. A NEW ANTI‐BIOFILM HYDROFIBER® DRESSING: IN VITRO DETERMINATION OF MICROBIAL KILL RATE IN BIOFILMSVIEW PDF

    Victoria Rowlands, BSc, Scientist, Microbiology Services, ConvaTec Ltd, Flintshire, UK; Samantha Jones, PgDip, BSc, Manager Microbiology Services, ConvaTec Ltd, Flintshire, UK; Dave Parsons, PhD, MRSC CChem, Director, Science & Technology, ConvaTec Ltd,

  16. A NEW ANTI‐BIOFILM HYDROFIBER® DRESSING: IN VIVO INVESTIGATIONVIEW PDF

    Dave Parsons, PhD, Director, Science & Technology, ConvaTec Ltd, Flintshire, UK; Thomas Mustoe, MD, FACS, Division of Plastic Surgery, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, USA; Akhil Seth, MD, BS, Division of Plastic...

  17. A new concept in the management of complex foot woundsVIEW PDF

    Lead Author - Linda Rafter,Tissue Viability Nurse Consultant, Wound Care Solutions, Honorary Professor in Nursing, DeMontfort University, Leicester

  18. A pilot project to introduce the SSKIN bundle and ADERMA™ into a residential home to improve the quality of careVIEW PDF

    Ray Norris, Clinical Nurse Specialist Tissue Viability, South West Essex Community Services, North East London NHS Foundation Trust, Brentwood Community Hospital, Crescent Drive, CM15 8DR 01277 695294/07947 994553 ray.norris@nelft.nhs.uk Anna Taylor,...

  19. A pilot study evaluating the clinical benefits of TIELLE Lite for post operative incisionsVIEW PDF

    Connie Traynor Plastics Liaison Sister and Helen Dougall ITU Nurse BMI Ross Hall Hospital Glasgow

  20. A Pilot Study To Develop Single Best Answer Questions For Assessing Medical Students’ Knowledge On Wound HealingVIEW PDF

    Farah Shazana Muhammad Hisham1, 3rd Year Medical Student , Samantha Holloway2, Senior Lecturer, Keith Harding2 , Head of Wound Healing Research Unit, Phillip Smith3, Consultant Neurologist. 1MBBCh, Cardiff University, 2Wound Healing Research Unit, School

  21. A positive review of Manuka honey dressingsVIEW PDF

    Author - Lynfa Edwards - Lead Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Ealing Community Services, Ealing Hospital Trust, London & Sue Caple - Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Ealing Community Services, Ealing Hospital Trust, London

  22. A Poster To Support Community Nurses In Pressure Ulcer Grading And Appropriate Equipment Selection In South East EssexVIEW PDF

    Sarah Charlton Community Tissue Viability Nurse sarah.charlton@sept.nhs.uk

  23. A prospective evaluation of the use of honey dressings to manage burn woundsVIEW PDF

    Jacky Edwards - Burns Nurse Consultant, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester | Karen Brady - Burns Outreach Specialist Nurse, Wytheshawe Hospital, Manchester Joanne Miller - Burns Outreach Specialist Nurse, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester

  24. A structured collaborative approach to appraise the clinical performanceof a new product and understand potential benefits for practice efficiency VIEW PDF

    Debbie Simon: Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Community Health Services, Tissue Viability, Anita Samuels Centre, 4 Ellison Grove, Huyton L36 9GA E: deborah.simon@5bp.nhs.uk Alistair Bielby: Clinical Team...

  25. A STUDY OF WATERLOW SCORES AND PRESSURE ULCER PREVENTATIVE NURSING CAREVIEW PDF

    Katie Field1, Samantha Holloway2, 3rdYear Medical Student , MBBCh, Cardiff University, 2Wound Healing Research Unit, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Wales, United Kingdom

  26. ACNE KELOIDALIS NUCHAE: POST-SURGICAL WOUND MANAGEMENT FOLLOWING EXCISION OF SCAR TISSUE.VIEW PDF

    ROZ PUZEY RGN – Nurse Specialist, Plastic Surgery, rosalind.puzey@derbyhospitals.nhs.uk Jo Allsop RN – Nurse Practitioner Head and Neck Out Patient Department, Royal Derby Hospital, Uttoxeter Rd, Derby.

  27. An 18 PATIENT EVALUATION OF THE DOLPHIN FLUID IMMERSION SIMULATION THERAPY MATTRESSVIEW PDF

    Jacqui Fletcher1, Helen Crook2, Ceri Harris2, Kirsty Mahoney3, Jo Moore4 1 Welsh Wound Innovation Centre, 2 University Hospital of Wales, 3 University Hospital of Wales (Community), 4 Medstrom

  28. An evaluation of a portable Single Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) dressing to reduce wound complications in Paediatric Spinal SurgeryVIEW PDF

    Tom Ember: Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Great Ormond Street HospitaL, Great Ormond St, London WC1N 3JH T: 020 7405 9200 E: Tom Ember tember0171@aol.com Edel Broomfield: Clinical Nurse Specialist, Spinal Surgery , Great Ormond Street Hospital, Great Ormond

  29. An evaluation of Drawtex® a Hydroconductive Dressing on diabetic foot ulcersVIEW PDF

    Authors: SAMANTHA HAYCOCKS Advanced Podiatrist - Salford Royal Foundation Trust Podiatry and Foot Health, Salford Royal Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford. M6 8HD 0161 206 4710 - samantha.haycocks@srft.nhs.uk Dr Paul Chadwick Consultant Podiatrist - Salfor

  30. An innovative approach to Professional Development in Tissue Viability -collaborative working between Industry & the NHS.VIEW PDF

    RACHEL MATHISON -Medical Affairs Manager (UKI), ConvaTec Ltd; rachel.mathison@convatec.comCo

  31. An investigation of changes in reported health related quality of life in patients with diabetic foot ulcersVIEW PDF

    Charlotte Evans1, 3rd Year Medical Student, Samantha Holloway2, Senior Lecturer, Elizabeth Mudge2, Research Fellow, Professor Keith Harding2, Head of Wound Healing Research Unit, 1MBBCh Undergraduate, Cardiff University, 2 Wound Healing Research Unit,...

  32. Analysis of the fluid management by hydroactive wound dressingsVIEW PDF

    C. Wiegand1, K. Reddersen1, S. Springer1, M. Abel2, P. Ruth2, U.-C. Hipler1 1Department of Dermatology, University Medical Center Jena, Germany 2Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co. KG, Rengsdorf, Germany

  33. Antimicrobial dressings testing - Alginates/HydrofibresVIEW PDF

    Dr. Pamela Ashman, Paul Hay, Dr. Gavin Hughes & Pete Phillips Surgical Materials Testing Laboratory, Princess of Wales Hospital, South Wales.

  34. Antimicrobial dressings testing - FoamsVIEW PDF

    Dr. Pamela Ashman, Paul Hay, Dr. Gavin Hughes & Pete Phillips Surgical Materials Testing Laboratory, Princess of Wales Hospital, South Wales.

  35. Antimicrobial dressings testing - Low AdherentVIEW PDF

    Dr. Pamela Ashman, Paul Hay, Dr. Gavin Hughes & Pete Phillips Surgical Materials Testing Laboratory, Princess of Wales Hospital, South Wales.

  36. Antiseptics under specific challengesVIEW PDF

    Nadine Radischat, Dr. Peter Goroncy-Bermes – Schülke & Mayr GmbH, Robert-Koch-Straße 2, 22851 Norderstedt, Germany

  37. AQUACEL®Ag Extra™dressing: Effective management of chronic lower limb ulceration using an improved silver-containing Hydrofiber®dressingVIEW PDF

    David Nelson BSc(Hons) RN, Tissue Viability Nurse –Revive Clinic, Roe Farm Lane, Derby.

  38. AQUACEL®FOAM DRESSING: THE OUTCOME OF A TWENTY-ONE PATIENT EVALUATIONVIEW PDF

    KATE SHIRLOW MSc, RN –Vascular Specialist Sister, kate.shirlow@midyorks.nhs.ukLeanne Atkin RGN MHSc–Vascular Nurse Specialist PinderfieldsGeneral Hospital, AberfordRoad, Wakefield.

  39. ASSESSING CHRONIC NON HEALING WOUNDS FOR ELEVATED PROTEASE ACTIVITYVIEW PDF

    Anna Marie Ivory - Leg Ulcer Nuse Specialist and Aisling Roberts - Vascular Nurse Specialist, Wiltshire

  40. ASSESSING WELLBEING IN LEG ULCER PATIENTS – A PILOT STUDYVIEW PDF

    Dominic Upton, Professor, Institute of Health and Society, University of Worcester UK, Roland Renyi, Trustee & Director, Opencity Ltd UK & Dr Robert Bawden Trustee and GP, Suffolk UK

  41. Avoiding amputation using the multi-disciplinary foot team and appropriate wound care... a case study utilising EclypseVIEW PDF

    Author - Rosalyn Thomas - Deputy Head of Podiatry, Diabetes Centre, Morriston Hospital, Email: rosalyn.thomas@wales.nhs.uk & Kathryn Brenton - Deputy Head of Podiatry, Diabetes Centre, Morriston Hospital

  42. Bacterial protease activity, an indicator of bacterial pathogenicity in chronic wounds even in the absence of overt clinical signsVIEW PDF

    Rachael Benson1, Thomas E Serena2, Rachel Simmons1, Simon Bayliff1, Breda Cullen1, Louise Digby1 1WOUNDCHEKTMLaboratories, AirebankMill, Gargrave, North Yorkshire, BD23 3RX, UK; 2SerenaGroup, Cambridge, MA, USA

  43. Bacterial protease activity, an indicator of bacterial pathogenicity in chronic wounds even in the absence of overt clinical signsVIEW PDF

    Rachael Benson1, Thomas E Serena2, Rachel Simmons1, Simon Bayliff1, Breda Cullen1, Louise Digby1 1WOUNDCHEKTMLaboratories, AirebankMill, Gargrave, North Yorkshire, BD23 3RX, UK; 2SerenaGroup, Cambridge, MA, USA

  44. Biofilm architecture and viability of wound isolates in agar and poloxamer modelsVIEW PDF

    Rebecca Booth1, Emma Woods1 and Steven L Percival1,2

  45. BIOFILM DELAYS WOUND HEALING: REVIEWING THE EVIDENCEVIEW PDF

    Daniel Metcalf, PhD, Senior Research Advisor, Infection Prevention R&D, ConvaTec Ltd, Flintshire, UK; Phil Bowler, MPhil, Vice President, Science & Technology, ConvaTec Ltd, Flintshire, UK.

  46. CASE REPORTS TO DEMONSTRATE THE USE OF MEDIHONEY® BARRIER CREAM TO TREAT ATOPIC ECZEMAVIEW PDF

    Abdul Seckam, Academic Associate PhD Student – Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff School of Health Sciences, Llandaff, Cardiff, UK Marcy Turkos, Clinical Field Manager - Derma Sciences, Inc., Princeton, NJ USA

  47. CASE SERIES USING IODINE DRESSINGS ON LEG ULCERS WITH DELAYED HEALINGVIEW PDF

    Sarah Bradbury Research Nurse; Nicola Ivins Clinical Trials Manager; Keith Harding CBE Dean of Clinical Innovation Wound Healing Research Unit, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Wales

  48. Case series: protecting and promoting healing in moisture lesions and pressure ulcers associated with incontinence VIEW PDF

    Sharon Moon, Sister, Integrated Care Centre, Westbrook, Kent

  49. Chronic wounds can be cured, but could they be prevented?VIEW PDF

    Author: J Taylor MSc, Chemviron Carbon Cloth Division, Houghton-le-Spring, UK JTaylor@calgoncarbon-eu.com

  50. CLINICAL EVALUATION AND COST BENEFITS OF AQUACEL®AG EXTRA™DRESSING WITH AQUACEL®FOAM DRESSING AS A SECONDARY DRESSING IN PATIENTS WITH COMPLEX POST OPERATIVE CARDIOTHORACIC SURGICAL WOUNDSVIEW PDF

    Nelam Kumari, Sister Cardiac Out Patients .Cardiac Out Patients,Heart & Lung Centre,New Cross Hospital,Wolverhampton

  51. Clinical Evaluation of Aquacel® Foam in the Management of Patients With Pressure UlcerationVIEW PDF

    Ruby Sackey, BSc, RGN. Tissue Viability CNS, Sutton & Merton Community Services Siobhan McCoulough, BSc (hons), RGN. Tissue Viability CNS, Sutton & Merton Community Services

  52. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH A SILVER ALGINATE PASTE* ON DIABETIC FOOT AMPUTATION SITESVIEW PDF

    Samantha Haycocks, Advanced Podiatrist, Dr Paul Chadwick, Principal Podiatrist, Podiatry Department, Salford Royal Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford , M6 8HD Email: samantha.haycocks@srft.nhs.uk Aim

  53. Collaborative working using a hydrobalanced antimicrobial dressing* to improve patient outcomes VIEW PDF

    Jane McFarlane - Tissue Viability Nurse - Hampshire Tissue Viability Team, Eastleigh Health Centre

  54. Collaborative working with industry to improve pressure ulcer outcomesVIEW PDF

    Becky Martin: Lead Tissue Viability Nurse, Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust, St. Stephens Centre, 171 Nineveh Road, Handsworth, B21 0SY T:021 466 3610 M:07515 070287

  55. Collaborative WorkingProviders, commissioners and industry achieving clinical effectiveness, a positive patient experience and patient safetyVIEW PDF

    Rena Amin-Joint Chief Pharmacist BPharm, MSc, IPP, MRPharmS; UshaDesai-Prescribing Advisor, BPharm, IPP,MRPharmS; NatalliaIvashniova-Pharmacy Technician MAPharmT:Alison Beasley -Head of Complex Wound Care Team, RGN, MSc; Kimberley Socrates -Tissue Viabili

  56. COMPARATIVE CLINICAL EVALUATION OF A SILICONE HEEL PADVIEW PDF

    Aaron Knowles, Tissue Viability Podiatrist Sylvie Hampton, Tissue Viability Consultant

  57. COMPARATIVE STUDY: HYIODINE VS. STANDARD CARE FOR POST-OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF NAIL AVULSIONSVIEW PDF

    Gordon Jarvie SRCh MChS DPodM BSc, Advanced Podiatric Practitioner - Diabetes and Tissue Viability, NHS Wales

  58. Comparison of the adhesion disposition of conventional and modern wound dressings in vitroVIEW PDF

    C. Wiegand1, S. Springer1, M. Zieger1, M. Abel2, P. Ruth2, U.-C. Hipler1 1Department of Dermatology, University Medical Center Jena, Germany 2Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co. KG, Rengsdorf, Germany

  59. Cost effective non-surgical treatment of chronic pressure ulcersVIEW PDF

    Megan Dale1, Bill Cox-Martin2, Susan Peirce1, Grace Carolan-Rees1 1Cedar, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, 2Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

  60. Could sorbion sana prove to be that‘ideal wound dressing’? VIEW PDF

    Zoe Rothwell, Tissue Viability Nurse, Central London Community Healthcare

  61. Debridement Of Chronic Wounds Using A Hydrotherapy DeviceVIEW PDF

    Rebecca Westwood Tissue Viability Nurse. rebecca.westwood@walsallhealthcare.nhs.uk

  62. Debridement using a monofilament fibre pad* to aid in the accurate categorisation of pressure ulcerVIEW PDF

    Joanna Swan - Lead Tissue Viability Nurse and Rommel Orig - Tissue Viability Nurse, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, UK

  63. Delivering effective treatment for a chronic diabetic charcot foot ulcer with urgoclean® followed by urgostart®VIEW PDF

    Alexandra Whalley Advanced Podiatrist, Bolton Diabetes Centre, Chorley Street, Bolton, BL1 4AL Alexandra.whalley2@boltonft.nhs.uk

  64. DELIVERING EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR ACHRONIC DIABETIC CHARCOT FOOT ULCER WITH URGOCLEAN FOLLOWED BY URGOSTART VIEW PDF

    ALEXANDRA WHALLEY Advanced Podiatrist, Bolton Diabetes Centre, Chorley Street, Bolton, BL1 4AL. alexandra.whalley2@boltonft.nhs.uk

  65. Determination of the fluid holding capacity (FHC) of a new debrider* compared to conventional cotton gauze VIEW PDF

    C. Wiegand1, K. Reddersen1, M. Abel2, P. Ruth2, U.-C. Hipler1 1Department of Dermatology, University Medical Center Jena, Germany 2Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co. KG, Rengsdorf, Germany

  66. DO ‘SUPER ABSORBENT’ DRESSINGS HAVE A PLACE IN PODIATRY ?VIEW PDF

    Paula Fish, Specialist Podiatrist, The Taylor Centre at Warrior House

  67. Does the choice of wound filler influence the patients experience of Topical Negative Pressure ?VIEW PDF

    A poster presentation by Paul Hardy, Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse, Royal Derby Hospital paul.hardy2@nhs.net

  68. EFFECTIVE USAGE OF PROMS TO LOOK AT EFFECACY OF COMPRESSION THERAPY IN VENOUS LEG ULCER PATIENTSVIEW PDF

    Mr Akrum Allymamod (1), Mr Edwin Tapiwa Chamanga (2) (1) Tissue Viability Service Lead, Clinical Specialist Wound Care, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Fountayne Road, London N16 7EA. Tel: 020 7683 4823. Email: akrum-e-azum.allymamod@

  69. Efficacy and ease of use: 20 patient pilot evaluation of a new zinc impregnated two-layer compression bandage systemVIEW PDF

    Jackie Stephen-Haynes - Professor and Consultant Nurse Birmingham City University and Worcestershire Health & Care NHS Trust, Stourport Health Centre, Worcester Street, Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire, DY13 8EH, Tel: 07775 792 775

  70. Evaluation of a disposable bed bathing system and adherence to Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) initiative in an NHS Grampian HospitalVIEW PDF

    Fiona Whyment, Woodend Hospital, Aberdeen Email: Fionawhyment@nhs.net

  71. Evaluation Of A Hydroconductive Debridement Dressing – Its Role In Wound Bed Preparation In Chronic Venous Leg Ulceration.VIEW PDF

    Author: RAY NORRIS Clinical Nurse Specialist: Tissue Viability, North East London Foundation Trust Crescent Drive, Brentwood, CM15 8DR Tel: 01277695187 Email: ray.norris@swessex.nhs.uk Co-Author: Nina Murphy Tissue Viability Nurse, North East London

  72. EVALUATION OF A HYDROFIBER®SURGICAL COVER DRESSING IN THE RECOVERY OF ELECTIVE ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY PATIENTSVIEW PDF

    STEPHANIE DRACOTT : Lead Ward Nurse; Infection Prevention and Control Lead. EmersonsGreen NHS Treatment CentreThe Brooms , EmersonsGreen, BRISTOL, BS 16 7FH, Tel: 0117 906 1801.Email: Stephanie.Dracott@careuk.com

  73. Evaluation of a New Post-Operative Dressing in Orthopedic SurgeryVIEW PDF

    Lead Author - Pamela Bailey Clinical Nurse Specialist Tissue Viability Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust, Stafford Site Weston Road, Stafford, ST16 3SA Tel: +44 (0)1785 887653 Ext. 4088 E.Mail: pamela.bailey@midstaffs.nhs.uk Co-Author - Cerys Booth

  74. Evaluation of a polymeric membrane dressing (PolyMem) in the management of radiotherapy induced skin reactions in head and neck cancer patientsVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact & Lead Author Audrey Scott- Macmillan Head and Neck CNS Mount Vernon Cancer Centre Rickmansworth Road, Northwood Middlesex, HA6 2RN E-mail address: audreyscott2@nhs.net Co-Author Kim Lau- Radiotherapy Head and Neck Support Nurse Mou

  75. Evaluation of a polymeric membrane Finger/Toe dressing containing a cleanser and moisturiser on podiatry patients following nail avulsion surgeryVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact & Lead Author Kerry Richards- Advanced Podiatrist Podiatry and Foot Health, Salford Royal Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD Tel: 0161 206 4710 Email: kerry.richards@srft.nhs.uk

  76. Evaluation of Drawtex® a Hydroconductive Debridement dressing – its role within wound bed preparation.VIEW PDF

    Author: Mandy Yorke | Clinical Manager Podiatry | Solent Healthcare. Tel: 07595 243 455 | Email – mandy.yorke@solent.nhs.uk

  77. Evaluation of Marathon® Cyanoacrylate no sting Liquid Skin Protectant (CLSP)* as an effective skin protectant for moisture damage and peristomal lesionsVIEW PDF

    Julie Evans, Tissue Viability Nurse • Specialist Rehabilitation Service • Morriston Hospital • Swansea. SA6 6NL • julie.evans17@wales.nhs.uk Cath Dixon • Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist • Morriston Hospital • Swansea. SA6 6NL

  78. Evaluation of Polymem for Radiotherapy Induced Skin ReactionsVIEW PDF

    Michele Wong - Senior Sister Bart’s Health NHS Trust, West Smithfield, London, EC1A 7BE, Tel: +44 (0)20 3416 5000, E.mail: michele.wong@bartshealth.nhs.uk Fionnula Hegarty - Senior Sister Bart’s Health NHS Trust, West Smithfield, London, EC1A 7BE,...

  79. Evaluation of the Mode of Action of a New Gel Wound Dressing: A Pilot StudyVIEW PDF

    Nicola Ivins

  80. Evaluation of Two Unique Compression Bandage Systems (CoFlex TLC with Malodour Control, CoFlex TLC Lite & CoFlex UBZ with Zinc) on Five Patients with a Variety of Lower Limb ConditionsVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact & Lead Author - Glenn Smith - Clinical Nurse Specialist for Nutrition and Tissue Viability Nutrition and Tissue Viability Service Office, St. Mary’s Hospital, Parkhurst Road Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 5TG. Tel: +44 (0) 1983 552154 Co-Aut

  81. Experience with a new polymeric finger/toe dressing: A case seriesVIEW PDF

    Authors: Pamela Scott- Tissue Viability Nurse Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Wigton Hospital, Cross Lane Wigton, CA7 9DD Tel: +44 (0)7717 420360 E.Mail: pamela.scott@cumbria.nhs.uk Lindsay Bullough- Tissue Viability Nurse Wrightington,...

  82. FISHY FOOT.... THE ONE THAT ALMOST GOT AWAY!!!VIEW PDF

    ROSALYN THOMAS Swansea Deputy Head of Podiatry, Diabetes Centre, Morriston Hospital, Swansea, SA6 6NL. 01792 703595 rosalyn.thomas@wales.nhs.uk

  83. FISHY FOOT.... THE ONE THAT ALMOST GOT AWAY!!! MULTIDISCIPLARY TEAM WORK, TIMELY REFERRAL AND APPROPRIATE WOUND CAREVIEW PDF

    ROSALYN THOMAS Swansea Deputy Head of Podiatry, Diabetes Centre, Morriston Hospital, Swansea, SA6 6NL. 01792 703595 rosalyn.thomas@wales.nhs.uk MELANIE GRIFFITHS Specialist Community Podiatrist, Diabetes Centre, Morriston Hospital, Swansea, SA6 6NL....

  84. Four case studies examining the use of ADERMA™ and the impact it has on patient wellbeing in a variety of community settingsVIEW PDF

    Amy Pierrepont: Community Staff Nurse, Nottinghamshire County Health Partnerships, Sutton-in-Ashfield, T: 07808 026722, E: Louiseamy21@hotmail.com

  85. Getting debridement right in a challenging specialist patient groupVIEW PDF

    Anita Kilroy-Findley, Tissue Viability Nurse Mental Health & Learning Disabilities, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust

  86. HARM FREE CARE: A PARTNERSHIP APPROACHVIEW PDF

    SUE PETTITT Clinical Education and Workforce Development Lead, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, Heath Road, Ipswich, IP4 5PD Tel: 01473 702013 Email: sue.pettitt@ipswichhospital.nhs.uk

  87. High Risk Incision Management: Single Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) in the treatment of bilateral Mastectomy incisionsVIEW PDF

    Kathy Leak: Wound Care Sister, Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Bassetlaw Hospital, Blyth Road, Worksop S81 0BD T: 01909 500990 E: kathleen.leak@nhs.net Lisa Battersby: Clinical Specialist, Smith & Nephew Healthcare Ltd, Healthcare

  88. Hydroconductive Debridement – A New Approach to Wound Bed Preparation.VIEW PDF

    LINDSEY BULLOUGH Tissue Viability Nurse Tel: 01942 822032 Email - Lindsey.Bullough@wwl.nhs.uk Lynn Sudworth (Tissue Viability Link Nurse) Wrightington,Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan Lane, Lancashire. WN1...

  89. IDENTIFYING THE TRUE PREVALENCE OF PRESSURE ULCERS IN A LARGE TEACHING HOSPITAL - SKIN INSPECTION IS CRUCIALVIEW PDF

    Jacqui Fletcher Clinical Strategy Director* Welsh Wound Innovation Centre, Wales, United Kingdom

  90. Implementing best practice: Developing and updating local wound management formulariesVIEW PDF

    Lorraine Grothier Clinical Nurse Specialist Tissue Viability/Lymphoedema Manager Tel: 01621 727 250 Lorraine.grothier@nhs.net

  91. In vitro assessment of the effect of different wound dressings on the skin or wound surface using a gelatine-based tissue modelVIEW PDF

    C. Wiegand1, S. Springer1, M. Abel2, P. Ruth2, U.-C. Hipler1 1Department of Dermatology, University Medical Center Jena, Germany 2Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co. KG, Rengsdorf, Germany

  92. In vitro evaluation of the fluid distribution in different wound dressings during negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT)VIEW PDF

    C. Wiegand1, S. Springer1, M. Abel2, P. Ruth2, U.-C. Hipler1 1Department of Dermatology, University Medical Center Jena, Germany 2Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co. KG, Rengsdorf, Germany

  93. In vitro test of eight wound dressings with silicone adhesive: Fluid handling capacity and absorption under compressionVIEW PDF

    Monica Marburger, Maibritt B Andersen, Coloplast, Humlebæk, Denmark.

  94. Inhibiting Biofilms of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa using Combinations of Manuka Honey and AntibioticsVIEW PDF

    Dr Rowena Jenkins and Professor Rose Cooper Cardiff Metropolitan University, Department of Health Science, Llandaff Campus, Cardiff, CF5 2YB

  95. Investigating the absorbency effects of LBF Barrier CreamVIEW PDF

    LEIGH FLEMING, Senior lecturer, School of Computing and Engineering, University of Huddersfield, Queensgate, Huddersfield, HD1 3DH, KARINA ZALA, Research Student, School of Computing and Engineering, University of Huddersfield, Queensgate, Huddersfield,

  96. Knowledge & attitudes of wound assessment, treatment & management amongst wound care professionalsVIEW PDF

    Seckam A. M. (1), Cooper R. A., Thirlaway K., Mercer J. Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff School of Health Sciences, Western Avenue, Llandaff, Cardiff, CF5 2YB, Wales, UK. (1) Email: abseckam@cardiffmet.ac.uk

  97. LARVAE DEBRIDEMENT OF A CHRONIC SURGICAL WOUND WITH SUSPECTED BIOFILMSVIEW PDF

    ROMMEL ORIG QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL BIRMINGHAM NHS FOUNDATION TRUST MINDELSOHN WAY, EDGBASTON BIRMINGHAM B15 2WB 01213713767 Rommel.Orig@uhb.nhs.uk

  98. Larval therapy in the community settingVIEW PDF

    Author: LIZ KEARY Address: NHS Ayrshire and Arran Ballochmyle Medical Group, Mauchline. KA5 6AJ Tel: 0844 499 7055 Email: Liz.keary@aapct.scot.nhs.uk

  99. MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT BY CHOOSING THE RIGHT DRESSING TO HEAL A NEUROPATHIC FOOT ULCERVIEW PDF

    JANETTE CROWE Podiatrist, Heywood Middleton and Rochdale Community Healthcare, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, Littleborough Health, Entre, Featherstall Road, Littleborough, OL15 8HF. janette.crowe@nhs.net

  100. Management of an Infected Trauma Wound using Cutimed® Sorbact®VIEW PDF

    Kim Farrow Senior Staff Nurse Athena Room, Phoenix House Christopher Martin Road Basildon, Essex SS14 3EZ Tel: 07860 784790 Email: Kim.farrow@nelft.nhs.uk

  101. Management of lower limb lymphovenous oedema in a patient with paraspinal arteriovenous malformation (AVM)VIEW PDF

    Jemell Geraghty, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Tissue Viability, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

  102. Maturing Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms can be eradicated by a foam dressing with sustained silver releaseVIEW PDF

    Morten Alhede, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen. Maibritt B. Andersen and Kristine Gjødsbøl, Coloplast, Humlebæk, Denmark.

  103. Mepitel Film Prevents RT-Induced Moist DesquamationVIEW PDF

    P Herst, N Bennett, A Sutherland, R Peszynski, D Paterson, M Jasperse, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

  104. Minimising peri-wound maceration and excoriation with 3 dimensional vertically absorbing silicone foam dressingVIEW PDF

    Professor SLA Jeffery Consultant Burns and Plastic Surgeon The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

  105. MIST ultrasound for venous leg ulcers: the first NICE-facilitated trialVIEW PDF

    Harding K.G.1, White J.2, Carolan-Rees G.2, Ivins N. 1, Bradbury S. 1, Fletcher J. 1, Hagelstein S.1

  106. NEUROMUSCULAR STIMULATION VIA THE COMMON PERONEAL NERVE PROMOTES LOWER LIMB BLOOD FLOW AND AUGMENTS MICROCIRCULATION: A POTENTIAL TREATMENT FOR LEG ULCERS OF VENOUS, ARTERIAL, OR MIXED AETIOLOGYVIEW PDF

    Duncan Bain Consulting, 22 Gypsy Lane WD4 8PR 07872619664 Duncan.bain@virgin.net

  107. PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISATION OF A NEW SILVER FOAM COVER DRESSINGVIEW PDF

    David Pritchard, Claire Brewer, Steve Bishop, Helen Shaw, Samantha Jones and Mike Walker. ConvaTec GDC, Deeside, Flintshire CH5 2NU.

  108. Piscine derived, lyophilized extracellular matrix (ECM) used on difficult-to-heal woundsVIEW PDF

    Gudbjorg Palsdottir, RN, MS • Clinical Nurse Specialist in wound care • Landspitali University Hospital • Reykjavik, Iceland Madeleine Flanagan, RN, MS • Principal Lecturer University of Hertfordshire, England

  109. Polymicrobial biofilms consisting of wound associated pathogens are susceptible to manuka honey treatmentVIEW PDF

    Sarah E. Maddocks1, Kevin J. Purdy2 & Rose A. Cooper1 1Cardiff School of Health Sciences, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK; 2School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick, UK

  110. Practical Management of the Newborn Infant with Severe Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB)VIEW PDF

    Jacqueline Denyer, Clinical Nurse Specialist (paediatric)Great Ormond Street Hospital, London and DEBRA UK, Jackie.denyer@gosh.nhs.uk Co authors: Lesley Foster & Juliette Turner, Clinical Nurse Specialists (paediatric) Great Ormond Street Hospital, Londo

  111. Pressure Ulcer Prevention in a Community Setting.VIEW PDF

    Author: Liz Tooby. Co-Author: Tracey McKenzie.

  112. Preventing Moisture Lesions in an Intensive Care Unit by Employing TENA Bed Super Pads versus TENA Bed Plus PadsVIEW PDF

    Professor Linda Rafter, Honorary Professor in Nursing, De Montfort University, Leicester; Tissue Viability Nurse Consultant, Wound Care Solutions

  113. Preventing pressure ulcers by employing Advazorb Heel® hydrophilic foam dressingsVIEW PDF

    Lead Author - Linda Rafter,Tissue Viability Nurse Consultant, Wound Care Solutions, Honorary Professor in Nursing, DeMontfort University, Leicester

  114. Promoting Patient Centered Choice of Hosiery to Aid ComplianceVIEW PDF

    Gerry Munro BSc (Hons), Senior Practice Nurse, Concordia Health Ltd.

  115. Reducing the Incidence of Wound Infection in a High Risk PatientVIEW PDF

    LORRAINE GROTHIER Clinical Nurse Specialist Tissue Viability/Lymphoedema Manager Tissue Viability Centre, St. Peters Hospital, Spital Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 6EG Tel: 01621 727250 Email: lorraine.grothier@nhs.net

  116. Reproducibility of sub-bandage pressures in repeated applications of a new zinc impregnatedVIEW PDF

    Jackie Stephen-Haynes - Professor and Consultant Nurse Birmingham City University and Worcestershire Health & Care NHS Trust, Stourport Health Centre, Worcester Street, Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire, DY13 8EH, Tel: 07775 792 775

  117. Results from a pilot, randomised, controlled clinical trial on the efficacy of Kendall AMD™ (antimicrobial foam dressing) compared with Allevyn Ag™ (hydrocellular antimicrobial foam dressing) in the reduction in size, change in bioburden and wound biochemVIEW PDF

    Ivins N MSc RGN, Walkley N A BSc PhD, Mudge E J SRCh MChS BSc MSc, Professor K G Harding CBE FRCGP FRCP FRCS, Wound Healing Research Unit Cardiff

  118. Results of an evaluation of the use of allogeneic skin cells in the treatment of chronic woundsVIEW PDF

    Joy Tickle - Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist. Louise Gregory - Tissue Viability Nursing Assistant. Tissue Viability Service, Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust

  119. Reviewing the impact of Online Non Prescription supply of wound care dressings - ONPOSVIEW PDF

    Jackie Griffin BSc (Hons),RGN,DN,NP Tissue Viability Clinical Nurse Specialist Powys (t) Health Board

  120. Safe debridement at home - a case studyVIEW PDF

    Liliana Girip, Community Staff Nurse and Anne McLoughlin, Community Staff Nurse, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.

  121. Silicone adhesives and their use in skin and wound care constructs VIEW PDF

    Rebecca Booth1, Emma Woods1, Steven L Percival1,2 and Sean Kelly1

  122. Skin care management: A new experience in a 21 bed nursing homeVIEW PDF

    Paulina Drzewiecka, Tissue Viability Link Nurse, Barrington Lodge Nursing Home, Cheltenham

  123. STREAMLINING THE WOUNDCARE PATIENTS’ PATHWAYVIEW PDF

    Wendy Davies* Lecturer / Nurse Practitioner; Jacqui Fletcher Clinical Strategy Director Wound Healing Research Unit, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom

  124. Sub-bandage pressures and comfort in a lymphoedema bandaging system with a foam layer and cohesive short stretch bandageVIEW PDF

    Lead author: Justine Whitaker, Director/Nurse Consultant Northern Lymphology Ltd. Co-authors: Dr Anne Williams, Independent Lymphoedema Nurse Consultant. Diane Pope, Lymphoedema Nurse Specialist, Northern Lymphology Ltd., Dr Hildegard Charles, Independe

  125. TESTING CHRONIC WOUNDS FOR EPA. THE BENEFITS OF TESTING ALL WOUNDS, WHETHER ASSESSED AS HEALING OR NON-HEALING.VIEW PDF

    Molly Gibson1, Thomas E Serena2, Claire Bartle1, Simon Bayliff1, Jane Clark3, Breda Cullen1and Louise Digby1 1WOUNDCHEK™ Laboratories, Gargrave, UK; 2SerenaGroup, Cambridge, MA, USA; 3Systagenix, Gatwick, UK

  126. The application of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) to long-standing non-healing woundsVIEW PDF

    Leanne Davies: Tissue Viability Support Nurse, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, E: Leanne.Davies@bhamcommunity.nhs.uk

  127. THE ASSESSMENT OF A COMPANY LED EDUCATION PLATFORMVIEW PDF

    AUTHOR: RICHARD SHORNEY, DIRECTOR, REAL HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS, 127 CROMWELL ROAD, WINNINGTON, CHESHIRE. CW8 4BX. TELEPHONE: 07961 911337 AUTHOR: REBECCA FORDER, CLINICAL SUPPORT NURSE MANAGER, ADDRESS: ADVANCED MEDICAL SOLUTIONS LTD., PREMIER PARK 33...

  128. The Benefits of Hydrofiber®Dressings in theManagement of a Diabetic Foot UlcerVIEW PDF

    Clemency Slivnik, Tissue Viability Nurse, RGN, North East London Foundation Trust.Ann Pardoe, Tissue viability Nurse, RGN, North East London Foundation Trust

  129. THE COST IMPLICATIONS OF IMPLEMENTING WOUNDCHEK™ PROTEASE STATUS INTO CLINCIAL PRACTICEVIEW PDF

    Anna Marie Ivory - Leg Ulcer Nuse Specialist, Aisling Roberts - Vascular Nurse Specialist, and Gill Wicks Consultant Nurse Tissue Viability

  130. The Development of an Online Education Package for the Prevention & Management of Pressure UlcersVIEW PDF

    Rosie Cameron (Tissue Viability Project Lead, NHS GG&C), Katrina McGown (Adult Acute TVN, NHS GG&C), Angela Rodgers (Paediatric TVN, NHS GG&C), Eleanor Scott (Partnerships TVN, NHS GG&C), Lynn Welsh (Partnerships TVN, NHS GG&C).

  131. THE EARLY PHASES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACUTE ABDOMINAL WOUND IMPACT SCOREVIEW PDF

    AJ Richards, EJ Mudge, KG Harding, PE Price; Wound Healing Research Unit, School of Medicine, Cardiff University

  132. The effectiveness of multiple debridement techniques in a case featuring extensive ulceration and necrosis to both feetVIEW PDF

    Richie Skinner - BSc (Hons) Podiatry BA (Hons), Senior Tissue Viability Podiatrist, Aaron Knowles - BSc (Hons) Podiatry, Tissue Viability Podiatrist, Sylvie Hampton - MA BSc (Hons) DpSN RGN Tissue Viability Consultant

  133. The Impact of Iodozyme and Oxyzyme on Wound Healing and Quality Of LifeVIEW PDF

    Caroline Clarke, Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse

  134. THE IMPORTANCE OF WOUND HEALING IN POSTURAL REHABILITATIONVIEW PDF

    LEAD AUTHOR BRIGITTE PRICE TISSUE VIABILITY NURSE SPECIALIST

  135. THE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT OF HIGHLY EXUDING WOUNDS USING A DETAILED ASSESSMENT AID AND SUPERABSORBER DRESSINGVIEW PDF

    Andy Kerr-Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Sylvie Hampton-Tissue Viability Consultant, Martin Arrowsmith-3M Clinical & Reimbursement Manager, Anna Coulborn-Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Debby Kerr-Tissue Viability Practitioner, Richie Skinner-Tiss

  136. The Management of a Chronic Mixed Aetiology Leg Ulcer in a Diabetic Patient using a Hydrophilic Foam Dressing (Trufoam) and Two Layer Compression HosieryVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact/Author - Elaine Gibson - Clinical Nurse Manager Aspen Medical Europe Ltd. TVN East Kent University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust, Thornhill Road, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 9NL. Tel: +44 (0)1527 587700 E.mail: elaine.gibson@aspenmedical

  137. The management of a dehisced surgical wound in a pregnant lady using a new portable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) DeviceVIEW PDF

    Sian Fumarola: Clinical Nurse Specialist, Tissue Viability, North Staffordshire, University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust. T: 01782 675499 E: Sian.Fumarola@uhns.nhs.uk

  138. The management of a patient with bilateralVIEW PDF

    Carole Harding, Practice Nurse, Thornhill Centre for Health, Southampton.

  139. The Management of Acid Burns in a South African Hospital.VIEW PDF

    Howard Kingo: Plastic Surgeon, Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital. Nelson Mandela Drive Eastern Cape, South Africa. Tel: 073 616 8303 Co-Author, Portia Gju: Plastic Surgeon, Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital. Co-Ordinator, Pam Spruce: TVRE Consulting....

  140. The management of hard to heal venous leg ulcerVIEW PDF

    Giles Calvin-Thomas Tissue Viability Nurse Hertfordshire PCT, Langley House St Albans Road, Watford, Hertfordshire Tel: 07771 765369 Email: giles.calvin-thomas@hchs.nhs.uk

  141. The Role of a New Compression Bandage with Malodour Control on a Patient with a Chronic Non Healing Leg Ulcer: A Case StudyVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact/Author - Emma McDermott District Nurse Team Leader 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Community Health Services, Whiston Primary Care Resource Centre, Old Colliery Road, Whiston, L35 3SX. Tel: +44 (0)151 676 5427, E.mail:...

  142. The role of a zinc impregnated two-layer, latex free compression bandage for patients with venous leg ulcers and associated skin irritationVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact & Lead Author Deborah Simon- Tissue Viability Lead 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Community Health Services Anita Samuels Centre, 4 Ellison Grove Huyton , L36 9GA Tel: 0151 676 5443 Email: deborah.simon@5bp.nhs.uk Co-Auth

  143. The significance of PICO™ Single Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) on wellbeing for plastic surgery outpatientsVIEW PDF

    Lucy Twyman: Clinical Nurse Specialist in Plastic Surgery Outreach, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, Pond Street, London, NW3 2QG T: 020 7794 0500; Pager: RFHMV21 or 0778 841 6531 E: lucytwyman@nhs.

  144. The treatment and management of a moistureVIEW PDF

    Pam Kay, Practice Nurse/Team Co-ordinator, The Old Fire Station Surgery, Woolston

  145. The Use of a Polymeric Membrane Dressing in the Management of Severe Gout TophiVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact/Author - Clare Wilson - Tissue Viability Support Nurse Tissue Viability Department, Lower Ground 1, New Building, University Hospital of North Staffordshire Newcastle Road, ST4 6QG. Tel: +44 (01782 675499, E.mail: clare.wilson@uhns.nhs.uk

  146. The use of ALLEVYN™ Life to promote patient comfort and wellbeing in the end stages of lifeVIEW PDF

    Dawn Royall, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Hamstel Road, Harlow, CM20 1QX, T: 01279 444455 Ext 7845 or 07770 452117, E: dawn.royall@pah.nhs.uk Anna Taylor, Clinical Project Manager, Smith & Nephew Healthcare Ltd, Healthc

  147. THE USE OF HIGH DEFINITION ULTRASOUND TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A HONEY PRESERVEDVIEW PDF

    Andy Kerr-Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Martin Arrowsmith-Clinical & Reimbursement Manager, Sylvie Hampton-Tissue Viability Consultant, Dr Steve Young-Managing Director, Cambridge HealthTech, Diane Frayne-Tissue Viability Practitioner

  148. THE USE OF PRONTOSAN GEL X AND PRONTOSAN IRRIGATION SOLUTION IN THEVIEW PDF

    Lorna Jarrett, Advanced Diabetes Podiatrist, Metabolic Unit, Western General Hospital, Crewe Road South, Edinburgh, EH4 2XU Telephone 0131 537 1297 E Mail: lorna.jarrett@luht.scot.nhs.uk Co Author - Stephanie Magill, Diabetes Specialist Podiatrist, Metab

  149. The use of sorbion sachet dressings in the management of a complex diabetic foot ulcerVIEW PDF

    Martyn Willliams, Podiatry Clinical Lead, Department of Podiatric Medicine, North Somerset Community Partnership CIC

  150. THE USE OF STERILE MAGGOTS ON HAEMATOMAS AND BURN WOUNDSVIEW PDF

    DEBORAH EVERITT SENIOR TISSUE VIABILITY SPECIALIST NURSE DARENT VALLEY HOSPITAL DARENTH WOOD ROAD DARTFORD, KENT DA2 8DA 01322 428100 deborah.everitt@dvh.nhs.uk

  151. The value of collaborative working with industry in a community settingVIEW PDF

    Teresa Greaves - Tissue Viability Nurse, Bromley Healthcare

  152. The value of larval therapy in wound bed preparationVIEW PDF

    PRADEEP SOLANKI

  153. Therapeutic management of a pyodema gangrenosum ulcer using laval therapyVIEW PDF

    Natalie Campbell

  154. Use of Eykona 3D Wound Measurement device for clinical assessment of Diabetic Foot WoundsVIEW PDF

    Yorke M1, Waller A1, Crossland V2 and Bowen G1

  155. Use of Hydrogel Dressings in the Management of Blisters in Children with Epidermolysis Bullosa SimplexVIEW PDF

    Jacqueline Denyer

  156. Utilising ONPOS to change practice and reduce waste within an integrated care teamVIEW PDF

    Kay Imbirski Community Nurse Provide

  157. Utilising the deployment of an antimicrobial hydrophobic wound bed liner in conjunction with routine NPWT to promote healingVIEW PDF

    Sharon Dawn Bateman MA, BSc (Hons), Dip, RGN Lead Nurse Wound care South Tees NHS Hospitals Foundation Trust Marton Road, Middlesbrough, Teesside TS4 3BW Tel: 01642 850850 ext 52313 Email: sharon.bateman@stees.nhs.uk

  158. Validation of the Clock Measurement ToolVIEW PDF

    Lead Contact/Author - Elaine Gibson - Clinical Nurse Manager Aspen Medical Europe Ltd. TVN East Kent University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust, Thornhill Road, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 9NL Tel: +44 (0)1527 587700 E.mail: elaine.gibson@aspenmedical

  159. Virtually Reducing the Pressure; Developing an Online Simulation Pressure Area Care Training Package Informed by PractitionersVIEW PDF

    Emma Winterman: Senior Lecturer, Room 309, Seacole Building, Faculty of Health, Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, B15 3TN T: 0121 202 4277 E: emma.winterman@bcu.ac.uk. Nigel Wynne: Senior Academic, Faculty of Health, Birmingham City University; Michelle Green

  160. WOUND BED PREPERATION USING MEDIHONEY® HCSVIEW PDF

    Catherine Shead, Tissue Viability Associate Practitioner Tissue Viability Centre. St. Peter’s Hospital. Maldon, Essex

  161. ‘NO DECISION ABOUT ME WITHOUT ME’ MANAGING LYMPHOEDEMAVIEW PDF

    Andy Kerr-Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, Anna Coulborn-Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist & Sylvie Hampton-Tissue Viability Consultant,

  162. “NO PRESSURE, NO PROBLEM”VIEW PDF

    Julie Sturges, Sam Goodman, Ann Fowler -Specialist Wound Care Team Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust