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August 18, 2023
Dietary Care for Wound Healing

Did you know that dietary care provided by a dietitian can assist with the management of wound healing and pressure injuries? The skin is the largest organ of the body and undergoes significant changes during the ageing process. As the layers of the skin change, its normal function as a barrier to infection, protection, temperature,...

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June 17, 2022
The Essential Ingredient for Wound Healing

Good nutrition is an essential ingredient for wound healing and prevention. Did you know that pressure injury prevalence has been reported to be 16-23% in combined hospital and residential aged care populations? (1,2) Chronic leg ulcers affect 1-3% of people aged over 60 years, with incidence increasing up to 5-10% in the 80+ age group....

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January 19, 2021
Nutrition & Wound Healing

Pressure injury prevalence has been reported at 16-23% in combined hospital and residential aged care populations (1,2). Chronic leg ulcers affect 1-3% of people aged over 60years, with incidence increasing up to 5-10% in the 80+ age group. (3,4). Wounds can include pressure ulcers, wounds post-surgery or trauma and wounds or ulcers as a result...

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