Negative pressure therapy with gauze is less painful

10/25/2011 | Nursing Times (U.K.) (free registration)

Patients being treated with negative pressure wound therapy experience less pain when gauze is used instead of foam, according to a small study published in International Wound Journal. The researchers speculated that foam's adhesive properties may be responsible for causing greater pain.

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