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Clinimetrics of the Lanarkshire Oximetry Index for patients with leg ulcers: A systematic review and meta‐analysis (2023)
Journal Article
Wynn, M., Stephens, M., Pradeep, S., Clarke‐Cornwell, A. M., & Bianchi, J. (in press). Clinimetrics of the Lanarkshire Oximetry Index for patients with leg ulcers: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. International Wound Journal, https://doi.org/10.1111/iwj.14519

Ankle Brachial Pressure Index (ABPI) measurement has long been considered the gold standard of vascular assessment for people with lower limb ulceration. Despite this, only around 15% of patients in the United Kingdom who require an ABPI measurement... Read More about Clinimetrics of the Lanarkshire Oximetry Index for patients with leg ulcers: A systematic review and meta‐analysis.

Skin tears in mammography: A narrative review (2023)
Journal Article
Khan, A., Pradeep, S., Wynn, M., Szczepura, K., Mercer, C., & Stephens, M. (2023). Skin tears in mammography: A narrative review. Journal of Tissue Viability, 32(4), 577-584. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2023.09.003

Skin tears are classed as traumatic wounds mainly caused by shearing and frictional forces. Incidences of skin tears are noted to be significant mostly in the elderly population and those with fragile and vulnerable skin. Individuals undergoing mammo... Read More about Skin tears in mammography: A narrative review.

Frugal innovation in wound management within a low resource inpatient setting: a case series (2023)
Journal Article
Stephens, M., Wynn, M., Pradeep, S., Ackers, L., & Namiiro, R. (2023). Frugal innovation in wound management within a low resource inpatient setting: a case series. Wounds UK, 19(3),

This article highlights challenges of wound care in low resource settings, considering opportunities for frugal innovation and our experiences while creating virtual wound care clinics across two global communities. In addition, we will discuss four... Read More about Frugal innovation in wound management within a low resource inpatient setting: a case series.

Getting wound care right: evaluation of a week of intensive teaching on wound care for undergraduate nursing students. (2023)
Journal Article
Stephens, M., Wynn, M., Pradeep, S., Staniecka, K., Gill, A., Brown, E., & Matthew, C. (2023). Getting wound care right: evaluation of a week of intensive teaching on wound care for undergraduate nursing students. British Journal of Nursing, 32(12), S36-S42. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2023.32.12.S36

Tissue viability skills are essential for nurses, but education on this in undergraduate programmes can be inadequate. After approval of the Future Nurse curriculum in 2019, a small team of staff at the University of Salford developed a Getting Wound... Read More about Getting wound care right: evaluation of a week of intensive teaching on wound care for undergraduate nursing students..

Frugal innovation in wound care: a critical discussion of what we can learn from low-resource settings (2022)
Journal Article
Stephens, M., Wynn, M., Pradeep, S., & Bowshall, J. (2022). Frugal innovation in wound care: a critical discussion of what we can learn from low-resource settings. British Journal of Nursing, 31(20), S16-S23. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2022.31.20.s16

Frugal innovation is a common philosophy in low-income settings due to limited access to resources. However, with both the increasing prevalence and clinical acuity of patients with wounds in the UK, it is essential that alongside innovation such as... Read More about Frugal innovation in wound care: a critical discussion of what we can learn from low-resource settings.

Risk factors for the development and evolution of deep tissue injuries: A systematic review (2022)
Journal Article
Wynn, M., Stephens, M., Pradeep, S., & Kennedy, R. (in press). Risk factors for the development and evolution of deep tissue injuries: A systematic review. Journal of Tissue Viability, 31(3), 416-423. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2022.03.002

The aim of this systematic review is to identify the current epidemiological evidence indicating the unique risk factors for deep tissue injury (DTI) compared to grade I-IV pressure injury (PI), the proportion of DTI which evolve rather than resolve... Read More about Risk factors for the development and evolution of deep tissue injuries: A systematic review.