Herida contaminada                                                       Contaminated wound  

Fernandez R, Griffiths R. Water for wound cleansing. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2012 Feb 15;2:CD003861. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD003861.pub3.

Hoyt KS, Flarity K, Shea SS. Wound care and laceration repair for nurse practitioners in emergency care: part II. Adv Emerg Nurs J. 2011 33(1):84-99.

Shi L, Ramsay S, Ermis R, Carson D. pH in the bacteria-contaminated wound and  its impact on clostridium histolyticum collagenase activity: implications for the use of collagenase wound debridement agents. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2011 38(5):514-21.

Cutting KF. Addressing the challenge of wound cleansing in the modern era. Br  J Nurs. 2010 19(11):S24, S26-9.

Joanna Briggs Institute. Solutions, techniques and pressure in wound cleansing. Nurs Stand. 2008 22(27):35-9.

Fernandez RS, Griffiths R, Ussia C. Water for wound cleansing. Int J Evid Based Healthc. 2007 5(3):305-23.

Granick MS, Tenenhaus M, Knox KR, Ulm JP. Comparison of wound irrigation and tangential hydrodissection in bacterial clearance of contaminated wounds: results of a randomized, controlled clinical study. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2007 53(4):64-6, 68-70, 72.

Gannon R. Wound cleansing: sterile water or saline? Nurs Times. 2007 103(9):44-6.

Lindholm C, Andersson H, Fossum B, Jörbeck H. Wounds scrutiny in a Swedish hospital: prevalence, nursing care and bacteriology, including MRSA. J Wound Care. 2005 14(7):313-9.

Willcox M. Cleaning simple wounds: healing by secondary intention. Nurs Times. 2004 100(46):57.

Whaley S. Tap water or normal saline for cleansing traumatic wounds? Br J Community Nurs. 2004 9(11):471-8.

Richardson M. Procedures for cleansing, closing and covering acute wounds. Nurs Times. 2004 100(4):54-7, 59.

Patel S, Beldon P. Examining the literature on using tap water in wound cleansing. Nurs Times. 2003 99(43):22-4.

Towler J. Cleansing traumatic wounds with swabs, water or saline. J Wound Care. 2001 10(6):231-4.

Griffiths RD, Fernandez RS, Ussia CA. Is tap water a safe alternative to normal saline for wound irrigation in the community setting? J Wound Care. 2001 10(10):407-11.

Roberts J. Wound cleansing technique. Nurs Times. 2003 99(25):58.

O'Neill D. Can tap water be used to irrigate wounds in A&E? Nurs Times. 2002  98(14):56-9.

Blunt J. Wound cleansing: ritualistic or research-based practice? Nurs Stand. 2001 16(1):33-6.

Taylor J. Wound care practice in nursing homes. Nurs Times. 2001 97(48):64-6.

Towler J. Non-antiseptic cleansing of traumatic wounds. Nurs Times. 2000 96(23 Suppl):14-7.

Bianchi J. The cleansing of superficial traumatic wounds. Br J Nurs. 2000 9(19 Suppl):S28, S30, S32 .

Herida infectada                                                                     Infected wound  

Fargeas C, Mahé E, Sin C, Dias C, Beauchet A, Sigal ML. Wound dressing. Nursing knowledge and practice. Ann Dermatol Venereol. 2012 139(12):791-7.

Meaume S, Perez J, Descamps H, Voinchet V, Jault P, Saunier V, Bohbot S. Use of a new, flexible lipidocolloid dressing on acute and chronic wounds: results of a clinical study. J Wound Care. 2011 20(4):180, 182-5.

Angel DE, Lloyd P, Carville K, Santamaria N. The clinical efficacy of two semi-quantitative wound-swabbing techniques in identifying the causative organism(s) in infected cutaneous wounds. Int Wound J. 2011 [Epub ahead of print]

Hall S. A review of maggot debridement therapy to treat chronic wounds. Br J Nurs. 2010 19(15):S26, S28-31.

Craviotto Vallejo A, Guzmán Carrasco R, Martín Fernández MA. Use of a faecal shunt system in an orthopaedic surgery unit in a patient with a necrotizing fasciitis of the perineal region. Enferm Clin. 2010 20(6):370-3.

Elliott C. The use of silver-impregnated dressings in blast injuries. Br J Nurs. 2010 19(13):835-9.

Spear M. Wound assessment. Plast Surg Nurs. 2009 29(2):128-30.

Arredondo-Provecho AB, García-Hedrera FJ, Martínez-Piédrola MM. Characteristics of patients with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection. Enferm Clin. 2009 19(2):69-75.

Kammerlander G, Afarideh R, Baumgartner A, Berger M, Fischelmayer K, Hirschberger G, et al. Clinical experiences of using a silver hydroalginate dressing in Austria, Switzerland and Germany. J Wound Care. 2008 17(9):384, 386-8.

Lo SF, Hayter M, Chang CJ, Hu WY, Lee LL. A systematic review of silver-releasing dressings in the management of infected chronic wounds. J Clin Nurs. 2008 17(15):1973-85.

Gardner SE, Frantz RA. Wound bioburden and infection-related complications in diabetic foot ulcers. Biol Res Nurs. 2008 10(1):44-53.

Sarvis CM. Using antiseptics to manage infected wounds.Nursing. 2007 37(12 Pt.1):20-1.

Ord H. Nutritional support for patients with infected wounds. Br J Nurs. 2007 16(21):1346-8, 1350-2.

Fletcher J. Choosing an appropriate antibacterial dressing. Nurs Times. 2006 102(44):46, 48-9.

Fromantin I. When a wound gets infected...what can the nurse do?. Soins. 2006 (707):27-8, 30.

Sauvanet JP. Hydroclean active: an absorbent irrigated dressing for infected wounds. Soins. 2006 (703):27-30.

Meaume S. Infected foot wounds in an elderly person. Soins. 2005 (700):21-4.

Banwell PE, Fischer P, Bovill E. Treatment of dehisced and infected wounds. J Wound Care. 2005 14(3):110.

Halcón L, Milkus K. Staphylococcus aureus and wounds: a review of tea tree oil as a promising antimicrobial. Am J Infect Control. 2004 32(7):402-8.

Patel GK, Llewellyn M, Harding KG. Wound-related osteomyelitis: a case of containment not cure. Br J Community Nurs. 2004 9(9):S6-13.

Kingsley A. A proactive approach to wound infection. Nurs Stand. 2001 15(30):50-4, 56, 58.

May D, Brewer S. Sharps injury: prevention and management. Nurs Stand. 2001 15(32):45-52.

Campton-Johnston S, Wilson J. Infected wound management: advanced technologies, moisture-retentive dressings, and die-hard methods. Crit Care Nurs Q. 2001 24(2):64-77.

Gardner SE, Frantz RA, Doebbeling BN. The validity of the clinical signs and symptoms used to identify localized chronic wound infection. Wound Repair Regen. 2001 9(3):178-86.

Kiernan M. Selecting an appropriate treatment for infected wounds. 2. Community Nurse. 2000 6(6):47-8.

Kiernan M. Infected wounds: how to get the diagnosis right. Community Nurse. 2000 6(4):59-60. 

Herida limpia                                                                             Clean wound  

Chan LN, Lai CK. The effect of patient education with telephone follow-up on wound healing in adult patients with clean wounds: a randomized controlled trial. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2014; 41(4):345-55.

Fernandez R, Griffiths R. Water for wound cleansing. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2012 Feb 15;2:CD003861. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD003861.pub3.

Hoyt KS, Flarity K, Shea SS. Wound care and laceration repair for nurse practitioners in emergency care: part II. Adv Emerg Nurs J. 2011 33(1):84-99.

Shi L, Ramsay S, Ermis R, Carson D. pH in the bacteria-contaminated wound and  its impact on clostridium histolyticum collagenase activity: implications for the use of collagenase wound debridement agents. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2011 38(5):514-21.

Cutting KF. Addressing the challenge of wound cleansing in the modern era. Br  J Nurs. 2010 19(11):S24, S26-9.

Joanna Briggs Institute. Solutions, techniques and pressure in wound cleansing. Nurs Stand. 2008 22(27):35-9.

Fernandez RS, Griffiths R, Ussia C. Water for wound cleansing. Int J Evid Based Healthc. 2007 5(3):305-23.

Granick MS, Tenenhaus M, Knox KR, Ulm JP. Comparison of wound irrigation and tangential hydrodissection in bacterial clearance of contaminated wounds: results of a randomized, controlled clinical study. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2007 53(4):64-6, 68-70, 72.

Gannon R. Wound cleansing: sterile water or saline? Nurs Times. 2007 103(9):44-6.

Lindholm C, Andersson H, Fossum B, Jörbeck H. Wounds scrutiny in a Swedish hospital: prevalence, nursing care and bacteriology, including MRSA. J Wound Care. 2005 14(7):313-9.

Willcox M. Cleaning simple wounds: healing by secondary intention. Nurs Times. 2004 100(46):57.

Whaley S. Tap water or normal saline for cleansing traumatic wounds? Br J Community Nurs. 2004 9(11):471-8.

Richardson M. Procedures for cleansing, closing and covering acute wounds. Nurs Times. 2004 100(4):54-7, 59.

Patel S, Beldon P. Examining the literature on using tap water in wound cleansing. Nurs Times. 2003 99(43):22-4.

Towler J. Cleansing traumatic wounds with swabs, water or saline. J Wound Care. 2001 10(6):231-4.

Griffiths RD, Fernandez RS, Ussia CA. Is tap water a safe alternative to normal saline for wound irrigation in the community setting? J Wound Care. 2001 10(10):407-11.

Roberts J. Wound cleansing technique. Nurs Times. 2003 99(25):58.

O'Neill D. Can tap water be used to irrigate wounds in A&E? Nurs Times. 2002  98(14):56-9.

Blunt J. Wound cleansing: ritualistic or research-based practice? Nurs Stand. 2001 16(1):33-6.

Taylor J. Wound care practice in nursing homes. Nurs Times. 2001 97(48):64-6.

Towler J. Non-antiseptic cleansing of traumatic wounds. Nurs Times. 2000 96(23 Suppl):14-7.

Bianchi J. The cleansing of superficial traumatic wounds. Br J Nurs. 2000 9(19 Suppl):S28, S30, S32 .

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