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Wound care education in the developing world

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Wound care education in the developing world

Gulnaz Tariq, Sammy Al-Benna
24 May 2017

<p>The increasing burden of wound care is a major challenge for healthcare systems worldwide (Sen et al, 2009). In developing countries, there is insufficient capacity to meet patient requirements. Inadequate wound care is not, however, without consequences. In many developing countries, treatable injuries and wounds are the leading cause of death and disability in the under 60s (MacKenzie, 2000). </p>

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