Publications

Denye, J., Pillay, E., & Clapham, J. (2017). Best practice guidelines : Skin and wound care in Epidermolysis Bullosa. Wounds International

Simon, D. (2015). An clinical evaluation of Spycra Protect Silicone dressing in protecting fragile skin. NHS Foundation Trust

Gryson, L. (2014). A comparison between the standard care of wounds with a soft silicone wound dressing * and the care with an elastic silicone-wound dressing **.

Dr. Gallière Sansot, S. (2011). Déchirures  cutannées du sujet agé : Des plaies difficiles à prendre en charge. Croix Rouge.

Denyer, J. (2011).The Use of a Novel Bi-Stretch Silicone Dressing in the Management of Children with Epidermolysis Bullosa. Bullen Healthcare.

(2011). Study about the qualities of a soft, bi-elastic silicone adhesive bandage as a wound dressing. Nursing

Morren, M-A., Van Laethem, A., Quartier, S., & Goossens, A. (2010). How to test for contact allergy in patientswith fragile skin. Contact Dermatitis, 63, 174–175 

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