Venous leg ulcers

Prevention of a venous leg ulcer recurring

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, December 27 2011Posted in: Venous leg ulcers

Recurrence can be reduced by taking a detailed history to assess if there is an increased risk of ulcer recurrence.

Other factors to consider would be patient compliance. This would include patients’ attitude to health, ownership of their condition and level of motivation.

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