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OPSITE◊ References

OPSITE Post-Op References:

  1. Smith & Nephew Report reference WRP-TW0420281.
  2. Smith & Nephew data on file report 0505004.
  3. Cosker T et al., (2005). Choice of dressing has a major impact on blistering and healing outcomes in orthopaedic patients. J Wound Care; 14(1): 27-29.
  4. Barker A. et al., (2010) A ward-based in-practice evaluation of a post-operative dressing. EWMA poster presentation.
  5. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2008). Surgical site infection. Prevention and treatment of surgical site infection. Available at: www.nice.org.uk/ nicemedia/pdf/CG74NICEGuideline.pdf. Date accessed: August 2012.
  6. Tompkins L, Laboratory Report - DS/10/084/R1: OPSITE Post-Op Visible Dressings Physical Properties, July 2010.
  7. Keene (2007) Low allergy statement.
  8. 8. Jester R et al., (2000). A one hospital study of the effect of wound dressings and other related factors on skin blistering following hip and knee arthroplasty. J Orthopaedic Nursing; 4: 71-77.
  9. Smith & Nephew (2010) Report reference TEP/101/147

 

OPSITE Post-Op Visible References:

  1. O'Brien G et al., (2009). A prospective evaluation to assess performance of a new post-operative dressing, Poster presentation Infection Prevention Society Conference, Harrogate, UK.
  2. Smith & Nephew Report reference WRP-TW0420281.
  3. Smith & Nephew data on file report 0505004.
  4. Byrne-Murphy S. (2009). A prospective evaluation of a new dressing OPSITE Post-Op Visible on post op blistering following total hip and knee replacement, poster presented at Wounds UK, Harrogate, UK.
  5. O'Brien G (2009). OPSITE Post-Op Visible a clinical evaluation. Supplement to World of Irish Nursing and Midwifery; 17:4.
  6. Tompkins L, Laboratory Report - DS/10/084/R1: OPSITE Post-Op Visible Dressings Physical Properties, July 2010.
  7. Keene (2007) Low allergy statement.
  8. O'Brien, G, et al., A multi-centre, prospective, clinical in-market evaluation to assess the performance of OPSITE Post-Op Visible dressings. International wound Journal, 10.1111/j.1742-481X.2010.00689.x.

 

OPSITE Post-Op Visible Drain Dressing References:

  1. Foster AVM et al. (1994), Comparing two dressings in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers, J Wound Care, 3 (5), 224 -228.
  2. Tompkins L, Laboratory Report - DS/10/084/R1: OPSITE Post-Op Visible Dressings Physical Properties, July 2010.
  3. Smith & Nephew Report reference WRP-TW0420281.
  4. Smith & Nephew data on file report 0505004.
  5. Keene (2007) Low allergy statement.
  6. O'Brien, G, et al. A multi-centre, prospective, clinical in-market evaluation to assess the performance of OPSITE Post-Op Visible dressings. International wound Journal, 10.1111/j.1742-481X.2010.00689.x.