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The focus on quality of life issues in wound care has justly taken a far greater importance. With the acceptance that pain can be a major factor to the patient, and in particular, pain at dressing change comes the opportunity for avoidance and/or reduction strategies. Whilst pain has been associated with wound infection for millennia, it is only much more recently that this has received due attention from research and clinical practice. In this study, the nature of pain, changes in pain and pain associated with infection are the focal points. A Delphi approach, now a frequently used tool in wound care research, has been used to obtain expert opinion on these aspects of management. © 2012 The Authors. International Wound Journal © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd and Inc.


K F Cutting, R J White, P Mahoney. Wound infection, dressings and pain, is there a relationship in the chronic wound? International wound journal. 2013 Feb;10(1):79-86

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