Evidence > Paediatric wounds > Paediatric wounds

Acton, C.

The holistic management of chronic wound pain. Wounds UK 2007; 3: 1, 61-69.

Cain, V.J., McMahon, L.R., O’Donnell, F.J., Rowland, S.M., Costa, B.A., Moore, M.L., Engrav, L.H., Heinbach, D.M., Gibtan, N.S.

Effectiveness of a silicone adherent dressing on post burn scar. Poster presentation at the American Burn Association Conference, Boston, United States of America, 2001.

Davies, P., Rippon, M.

Evidence review: the clinical benefits of Safetac technology in wound care. MA Healthcare Ltd, London, 2008.

Denyer, J.

The use of atraumatic wound dressings in epidermolysis bullosa. Poster presentation at the European Wound Management Association Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 2006.

Irving, V.

Neonatal iatrogenic skin injuries: a nursing perspective. J Neonat Nurs 1999; 5: 5, 10-14.

Kaufman, L.M.

When small stomas are a big deal: the use of a soft silicone pouching system on the neonatal ostomate complicated by a peristomal wound. Poster presentation at the 40th Annual Conference of the Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, Orlando, Florida, United States of America, 2008.

Meuleneire, F.

Evaluation of a soft silicone foam dressing in the management of 2nd degree burns in paediatric patients. Poster presentation at the European Wound Management Association conference, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2007.

Morris, C., Emsley, P., Marland, E., Meuleneire, F., White, R.

Poster presentation at the 3rd Congress of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, Canada 2008.

Rippon, M., Davies, P., White, R., Bosanquet, N.

Cost implications of using an atraumatic dressing in the treatment of acute wounds. J Wound Care 2008; 17: 5, 224-227.

Schumann, H., Beljan, G., Hoping, D., Bruckner-Tuderman, L.

Atraumatic dressings in fragile skin conditions: use of the soft silicone dressing (Mepilex) in hereditary and acquired bullous skin disease. Poster presentation at the European Wound Management Association conference, Stuttgart, Germany, 2005.

Smith, Z.K.

“It’s only me being nosey” Adopting a tool to decrease skin breakdown with NCPAP. Poster presentation at the 3rd Congress of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, Canada, 2008.

Terrill, P.J., Varughese, G.

A comparison of three primary non-adherent dressings applied to hand surgery wounds. J Wound Care 2000; 9: 8, 359-363.

Thomas, S.

Atraumatic dressings. World Wide Wounds 2003.

White, R.

Evidence for atraumatic soft silicone wound dressing use. Wounds UK 2005; 1: 3, 104-109.

Baharestani, M.M.

An overview of neonatal and pediatric wound care knowledge and considerations. Ostomy Wound Management 2007; 53: 6, 34-55.
http://www.o-wm.com/article/7407

Chavez, B.

Making the case for using a silicone dressing in burn wound management. Ostomy Wound Management 2004; 50: 6, 11-12.

http://www.o-wm.com/article/2730

Smith, Z.K.

Addressing the pain: adapting a soft silicone dressing to enhance infant outcomes. Ostomy Wound Management 2006; 52: 4, 30-32.

http://www.o-wm.com/article/5523

Weiner, M.S.

Pain management in epidermolysis bullosa: an intractable problem. Ostomy Wound Management 2004; 50: 8, 13-14.

http://www.o-wm.com/article/2899

Meuleneire, F.

A case study evaluation of Safetac dressings used for paediatric wounds. Wounds UK 2009; 5 (2): 12-18

Pizano LR et al.

Critical care and monitoring of the paediatric burn patient. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 2008; 19(4): 929-932.

Meuleneire, F.

Case study evaluation of Safetac dressings used for paediatric wounds. Wounds UK 2009; 5: 2, 12-18

Meuleneire, F.

An observational study of the use of a soft silicone silver dressing on a variety of wound types. Journal of Wound Care 2008; 17 (12): 535-539

Meuleneire, F.

Verbanden met Safetac technologie bij de behandeling van wunden bij pediatrische patienten: evaluatie van een casestudie. WCS Neuws 2009; 25 (2): 65-70

Morris, C., Emsley, P., Marland, E., Meuleneire, F., White, R.

An observational study of dressing with soft silicone adhesive technology to manage the wounds of paediatric patients. Paediatric Nursing 2009; 21 (3): 38-43