Wound EssentialsWound Essentials 10 (2) Should necrotic wounds always be debrided?

Wound Essentials 10 (2) Should necrotic wounds always be debrided?

Complex wounds, Exudate Management, Infection | Menna Llyod Jones

Debriding wounds is considered to be an integral part of the management of chronic wounds and is recommended for the treatment and prevention of infection, and the management of exudate. This article looks at the definition of debridement, the different methods available, and when to debride and when not to debride.