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Mölnlycke is a world-leading medical solutions company.
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The rare and challenging hereditary skin disease, epidermolysis bullosa (EB), is explained in a blog post by Prof Ncoza. C. Dlova of the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, as a lead up to the international DEBRA event in London: http://bit.ly/1OWX7dw

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New blog article: The second part of “Belts and braces” – Guest blogger, Ian Mason, looks at recent evidence on risk factors for SSIs and the combination of preventive measures, such as surgical gloves, preoperative antibiotics and double gloving practice, to ask whether the “belts and braces” approach is the best strategy for preventing SSIs. http://bit.ly/1wUJAqW
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New blog article: “Belts and braces” – having more than one preventive measure in play at a time – also applies to the prevention of surgical site infections (#SSIs), an increasingly onerous problem in the era of antibiotic-resistant infections. In the first of a two-part series, guest blogger, Ian Mason, explores recent evidence on risk factors for SSIs and the combination of preventive measures, such as surgical gloves, preoperative antibiotics and double gloving practice, to question whether the “belts and braces” approach is the best strategy for preventing SSIs. http://bit.ly/17giF2i
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With glove perforations being extremely common during surgical procedures and glove puncture rates as high as 61 percent, are surgical gloves the weakest link in the O.R.? What measures do you take in surgical practice to combat this clinical problem? Frequent glove changes? Double gloving? Gloves with puncture indication systems? Read the blog and share your own good gloving practices. http://bit.ly/12LLfGh

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New blog article: To coincide with Stop Pressure Ulcer Day (November 20), Professor Nick Santamaria shares research and insight into justifying preventive pressure ulcer treatment under increasingly austere hospital conditions that demand cost cutting. How can these challenges lead to creative approaches and solutions in pressure ulcer prevention and care? http://bit.ly/1t4yxcn

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Our UK Communications Team, Lucy, Vicky, Anna and Emma, finished a canoeing challenge to raise funds for DebRA, a charity working on behalf of people with the genetic skin blistering condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). Read about their 24 mile challenge and more about DebRA: bit.ly/13GRJHB
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We are currently recruiting for positions at our Wiscasset, Maine, USA location. If you know anyone that would be interested, please share! Position details can be found on our careers page at http://bit.ly/1tBKgTG

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Read about Helen Taylor, a passionate sports woman and her story in our 360 Magazine. For an iPad download of our magazine go to: bit.ly/1t4WBjd 

For all other devices you can read about Helen here: http://bit.ly/1rM3XUp
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