The holistic management of chronic wound pain. Wounds UK 2007; 3: 1, 61-69.
Acton, C., White, R.
Pain-induced psychological stress: a barrier to wound healing. Poster presentation at the 3rd Congress of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, Canada, 2008.
Agren, M.S., Rosqvist, A., Werthen, M.
Novel and rapid method for quantification of stratum corneum disruption by adhesive wound dressings. Poster presentation at the European Wound Management Association conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 2006.
Impact of adhesive surgical tape and wound dressings on the skin, with particular reference to skin stripping. J Wound Care 2008; 17: 4, 157-162.
Cutting, K.F., Brownlow, C.
The impact of adhesive tape and wound dressings on the skin with particular reference to skin stripping. Poster presentation at the Wounds UK Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom, 2007.
Comparison of foam and hydrocolloid dressings in the management of wounds: a review of the published literature. Poster presentation at the Wounds UK Conference, Harrogate, United Kingdom, 2007.
Milestones in the management of wound trauma and pain. Poster presentation at the European Wound Management Association Conference, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2007.
Davies, P., Rippon, M.
A comparison of foam and hydrocolloid dressings: the results of a literature review. Poster presentation at the 3rd Congress of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, Canada, 2008.
Davies, P., Rippon, M.
Evidence review: the clinical benefits of Safetac technology in wound care. MA Healthcare Ltd, London, 2008.
Davies, P., Rippon, M.
Management of wound trauma and pain: awareness and achievements. Poster presentation at the 3rd Congress of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, Canada, 2008.
The effect of adhesive dressing edges on cutaneous irritancy and barrier function. J Wound Care 2007; 16: 3, 97-100.
Dykes, P.J., Heggie, R.
The link between the peel force of adhesive dressings and subjective discomfort in volunteer subjects. J Wound Care 2003; 12: 7, 260-262.
Dykes, P.J., Heggie, R., Hill, S.A.
Effects of adhesive dressings on the stratum corneum of skin. J Wound Care 2001; 10: 2, 7-10.
Comparison of two foams through the measurement of healing time, frequency of dressing changes and peri wound status. Poster presentation at the 14th Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair, Orlando, Florida, United States of America, 2001.
Rippon, M., White, R., Davies, P.
Skin adhesives and their role in wound dressings. Wounds UK 2007; 3: 4, 76-87.
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Pain-induced stress: a barrier to wound healing. Wounds UK 2006; 2: 4, 92-101.
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Waring, M., Rippon, M. Biefeldt, S., Brandt, M.
Cell attachment to adhesive dressings: qualitative and quantitative analysis. Wounds UK 2008; 4:3, 35-47.
Evidence for atraumatic soft silicone wound dressing use. Wounds UK 2005; 1: 3, 104-109.
A multinational survey of the assessment of pain when removing dressings. Wounds UK 2008; 4: 1, 14-22.
White, R., McIntosh, C.
Topical therapies for diabetic foot ulcers: standard treatments. J Wound Care 2008; 17: 10, 426-435.
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Principles of best practice: Minimising pain at dressing-related procedures: "Implementation of pain relieving strategies". Evidence informed practice. WoundPedia Inc, Toronto, Canada, 2007.
Zillmer, R., Agren, M.S., Gottrup, F., Karlsmark, T.
Biophysical effects of repetitive removal of adhesive dressings on peri-ulcer skin. J Wound Care 2006; 15: 5, 187-191.
Reducing pain during dressing changes. Wound Essentials 2008; 3: 1, 114-122.
Krasner, D.L., McNeil, M.
Six strategies for minimizing wound pain: translating the results from a US pain survey into clinical practice. Extended Care Product News 2008; 125: 11, 16-21.
Alves, P., Costeira, A., Vales, L.
Reduzir a dor e o trauma no tratamenton das feridas [Reducing pain and trauma in wound treatment] Nursing (Portuguesa) 2009; 21 (250): 36-40
White, R., Blanco Valdehita, A.
Efectividad de la tecnologia Safetac en la disminucion del dolor asociado a las heridas: un factor significativo en la demora de la cicatrisation y en el incremento en los costes [Effectiveness of Safetac technology for reducing wound-related pain: a significant factor in delayed healing and increased treatment costs]. Gerokomos 2009; 20 (3)
White, R., Roering, M.
Haavaan liittyva kipu hidastaa paranemista ja lisaa hoitokulja. Haava 2009; 3: 36-37
A clinical survey to establish the views of wound care practitioners on the extent of difficult-to-dress wounds. Poster presentation at the European Wound Management Association conference, Geneva, Switzerland, 2010
The pathophysiology of vulnerable skin World Wide Wounds September 2009
Lawton S. Dermatological problems and periwound skin. World Wide Wounds November 2009
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