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Mehtab Ahmad

Post-CCT Vascular Fellow, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Considerations in wound care of patients living with dementia

While older people are generally at a higher risk of sustaining wounds, the Alzheimer's Society (2016) has identified further impediments to wound healing experienced by PLWD. These include:.

Get the recognition you and your team deserve: enter the BJN Awards

Time to fish out and dust down your glad rags, strike up the band, roll out the red carpet and prepare to walk down it: the annual BJN Awards for 2023 are (almost) upon us!

The role of nutrition in wound healing: an overview

As defined by the British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN), malnutrition is a state where there is an imbalance (either deficiency or excess) of energy, protein and other...

The management of malignant lower limb ulcers: clinical considerations

The wide variation in malignant ulcers adds to the complexity of establishing a clinical diagnosis. As such, a methodological approach to skin ulcers can provide clues suggestive of a malignant...

Evidence-based research is key to challenging and improving practice

Evidence-based practice (EBP) incorporates placing research evidence, clinical expertise and patient needs into the context of modern-day healthcare practice and it remains a cornerstone on which we...

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