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 Formulary Chapter 23: LTHT Wound care - Full Chapter
23.01  Expand sub section  Basic wound contact dressings
23.02  Expand sub section  Advanced wound dressings
23.02.01  Expand sub section  Hydrogel dressings
23.02.02  Expand sub section  Vapour-permeable films and membranes
23.02.03  Expand sub section  Soft polymer dressings to top
23.02.04  Expand sub section  Hydrocolloid dressings
23.02.05  Expand sub section  Foam dressings
23.02.06  Expand sub section  Alginate dressings
23.02.07  Expand sub section  Capillary-action dressings
23.02.08  Expand sub section  Odour absorbent dressings to top
23.02.09  Expand sub section  Other advanced wound dressings
23.03  Expand sub section  Antimicrobial dressings
23.03.01  Expand sub section  Honey
23.03.02  Expand sub section  Iodine
23.03.03  Expand sub section  Silver to top
23.03.04  Expand sub section  Other antimicrobials
23.04  Expand sub section  Specialised dressings
23.05  Expand sub section  Other wound care products
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