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Wet wrap dressings part 2: the basic technique

The last issue of Dermatology in Practice featured the first of a two-part series on ‘wet wrap’ dressing. ‘Wet wrap’ is a term used to describe a method for treating atopic eczema and the article addressed the concept, mode and strategy for its use in childhood atopic eczema. Here, in the second part, are essentially the instructions given to parents to help them at home.
Dermatology in practice 2000; 8(1): 24–27
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