Wounds International, Vol 1; Issue 2Practice New advances in pressure ulcer prevention and management: an Australian perspective

New advances in pressure ulcer prevention and management: an Australian perspective

09/02/10 | Pressure ulcers, Service development and delivery, Skin integrity | Keryln Carville

 

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