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Current options for managing the problem of excess wound exudate

Julie Vuolo, BA (Health Care Studies), RN, DipHE (Tissue Viability). Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire Exudate is a fluid produced as part of the normal wound-healing process, and is essentially blood from which the platelets and red cells have been filtered out (Thomas, 1997a). 

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