Fish skin for wound healing
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For patients with impaired wound healing, the use of fish skin grafting may provide a faster and higher quality healing than standard dressing care. P-Patients with impaired wound healing. I-Application of fish skin grafts. C-Standard dressing applications and care. O-May provide faster and higher quality wound healing.
This poster was completed as part of Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing & Health Sciences NSG 404: Fundamentals of Evidence based Practice, Fall 2019
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