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Figure 15.1
Haemostasis in a wound. Source : Reproduced with permission from Wayne Naylor.
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Figure 15.5
Wound assessment chart. Source : The Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
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Figure 15.9
Managing risk factors. Source : The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust (2013).
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Figure 15.13
Negative pressure wound therapy: pump.
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Figure 14
Reinsert the needle on the other side.
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Figure 19
(a) Tying the knot to approximate the edges of the wound. (b) Tying the knot to approximate the edges of the wound.
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Figure 15.2
The inflammatory phase of wound healing. Source : Reproduced with permission from Wayne Naylor.
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Figure 15.6
Pressure ulcer category system and decision making tool. Source : The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust ( ).
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Figure 15.10
Patient positioning chart. Source : The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust ( ).
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Figure 8
Grasp the needle.
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Figure 15
Make two clockwise loops.
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Figure 20
The suture can be freed from the knot.
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Figure 15.3
The proliferative phase of wound healing. Source : Reproduced with permission from Wayne Naylor.
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Figure 15.7
Risk assessment flow diagram. Source : The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust ( ).
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Figure 15.11
Flap observation chart.
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Figure 11
Insert the needle at a 90° angle.
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Figure 16
Grasp the tail of the suture with the needle holder.
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Figure 15.4
The maturation phase of wound healing. Source : Reproduced with permission from Wayne Naylor.
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Figure 15.8
Waterlow Pressure Ulcer Risk Assessment Tool. Source : The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust (2013).
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Figure 15.12
Negative pressure wound therapy: dressing.
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Figure 12
Bring the needle up between the wound edges.
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Figure 18
(a) Loop the suture around the needle holder. (b) Move the needle to the opposite side of the wound.