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Ten top tips: pain management in acute wounds

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Ten top tips: pain management in acute wounds

Sharon Kitcatt
16 October 2014

<p>Many patients with acute wounds will report a degree of pain, the degree of which will depend on the type of wound and perhaps how complex it is. Appropriate, safe and effective pain management is a core part of the care that healthcare practitioners are responsible for delivering and the aim of this article is to help readers develop their skills to implement effective pain management for patients with acute wounds.</p>

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