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Sinéad Kelly O'Flynn

Clinical Research Nurse, Cork, Ireland

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Medical adhesive-related skin injury

The skin is the body's largest organ. Its main function is to act as a physical barrier against the external environment and to prevent harmful substances and pathogens entering the body. It also...

Peristomal skin damage: assessment, prevention and treatment

The skin has three layers—the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue—which all absorb, excrete, protect, secrete, thermoregulate, produce pigment, perceive senses and provide a safe environment..

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