A Case of Using Wet Healing Theory for Wound Bed Preparation Care for A Patient with Breast Cancer Wounds
Author(s): Wenli D, Yaping S, Hongbo X, Ying Y
Objective: To treat the breast cancer wound on the right breast surface by the theory of moist healing.
Methods: According to the wound evaluation, appropriate dressing was used to keep the wound moist and promote the dissolution of necrosis.
Results: Through dressing change, the wound was significantly reduced, the wound base was ruddy, and the wound bed preparation was completed.
Conclusion: The application of moist healing theory in nursing care of breast cancer wound is obvious.