Evidence-based recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds: Steps towards an international consensus

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Evidence-based recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds: Steps towards an international consensus. / Vig, S.; Dowsett, C.; Berg, L.; Caravaggi, C.; Rome, P.; Birke-Sorensen, H.; Bruhin, A.; Chariker, M.; Depoorter, M.; Dunn, R.; Duteille, F.; Ferreira, F.; Francos Martinez, J. M.; Grudzien, G.; Hudson, D.; Ichioka, S.; Ingemansson, Richard; Jeffery, S.; Krug, E.; Lee, C.; Malmsjö, Malin; Runkel, N.; Martin, R.; Smith, J.

I: Journal of Tissue Viability, Vol. 20, 2011, s. S1-S18.

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Vig, S, Dowsett, C, Berg, L, Caravaggi, C, Rome, P, Birke-Sorensen, H, Bruhin, A, Chariker, M, Depoorter, M, Dunn, R, Duteille, F, Ferreira, F, Francos Martinez, JM, Grudzien, G, Hudson, D, Ichioka, S, Ingemansson, R, Jeffery, S, Krug, E, Lee, C, Malmsjö, M, Runkel, N, Martin, R & Smith, J 2011, 'Evidence-based recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds: Steps towards an international consensus', Journal of Tissue Viability, vol. 20, s. S1-S18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2011.07.002

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Vig, S., Dowsett, C., Berg, L., Caravaggi, C., Rome, P., Birke-Sorensen, H., Bruhin, A., Chariker, M., Depoorter, M., Dunn, R., Duteille, F., Ferreira, F., Francos Martinez, J. M., Grudzien, G., Hudson, D., Ichioka, S., Ingemansson, R., Jeffery, S., Krug, E., ... Smith, J. (2011). Evidence-based recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds: Steps towards an international consensus. Journal of Tissue Viability, 20, S1-S18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2011.07.002

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Vig S, Dowsett C, Berg L, Caravaggi C, Rome P, Birke-Sorensen H, Bruhin A, Chariker M, Depoorter M, Dunn R, Duteille F, Ferreira F, Francos Martinez JM, Grudzien G, Hudson D, Ichioka S, Ingemansson R, Jeffery S, Krug E, Lee C, Malmsjö M, Runkel N, Martin R, Smith J. 2011. Evidence-based recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds: Steps towards an international consensus. Journal of Tissue Viability. 20:S1-S18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtv.2011.07.002

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Vig, S. ; Dowsett, C. ; Berg, L. ; Caravaggi, C. ; Rome, P. ; Birke-Sorensen, H. ; Bruhin, A. ; Chariker, M. ; Depoorter, M. ; Dunn, R. ; Duteille, F. ; Ferreira, F. ; Francos Martinez, J. M. ; Grudzien, G. ; Hudson, D. ; Ichioka, S. ; Ingemansson, Richard ; Jeffery, S. ; Krug, E. ; Lee, C. ; Malmsjö, Malin ; Runkel, N. ; Martin, R. ; Smith, J. / Evidence-based recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds: Steps towards an international consensus. I: Journal of Tissue Viability. 2011 ; Vol. 20. s. S1-S18.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Evidence-based recommendations for the use of negative pressure wound therapy in chronic wounds: Steps towards an international consensus

AU - Vig, S.

AU - Dowsett, C.

AU - Berg, L.

AU - Caravaggi, C.

AU - Rome, P.

AU - Birke-Sorensen, H.

AU - Bruhin, A.

AU - Chariker, M.

AU - Depoorter, M.

AU - Dunn, R.

AU - Duteille, F.

AU - Ferreira, F.

AU - Francos Martinez, J. M.

AU - Grudzien, G.

AU - Hudson, D.

AU - Ichioka, S.

AU - Ingemansson, Richard

AU - Jeffery, S.

AU - Krug, E.

AU - Lee, C.

AU - Malmsjö, Malin

AU - Runkel, N.

AU - Martin, R.

AU - Smith, J.

PY - 2011

Y1 - 2011

N2 - Aim: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) has become widely adopted over the last 15 years and over 1000 peer-reviewed publications are available describing its use. Despite this, there remains uncertainty regarding several aspects of usage. In order to respond to this gap a global expert panel was convened to develop evidence-based recommendations describing the use of NPWT. In this communication the results of the study of evidence in chronic wounds including pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers (DFU), venous leg ulcers (VLU), and ischaemic lower limb wounds are reported. Methods: Evidence-based recommendations were obtained by a systematic review of the literature, grading of evidence, drafting of the recommendations by a global expert panel followed by a formal consultative consensus development program in which 422 independent healthcare professionals were able to agree or disagree with the recommendations. The criteria for agreement were set at 80% agreement. Evidence and recommendations were graded according to the SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network) classification system. Results: The primary treatment goal of NPWT in most chronic wounds is to achieve wound closure (either by secondary intention or preparing the wound for surgical closure). Secondary goals commonly include: to reduce wound dimensions, and to improve the quality of the wound bed. Thirteen evidence based recommendations were developed in total to address these treatment goals; 4 for pressure ulcers, 4 for DFU, 3 for ischaemic lower limb wounds and 2 for VLU. Conclusion: The present evidence base is strongest for the use of NPWT in non-ischaemic DFU and weakest in VLU. The development of evidence-based recommendations for NPWT with direct validation from a large group of practicing clinicians offers a broader basis for consensus than work by an expert panel alone. (c) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd on behalf of Tissue Viability Society.

AB - Aim: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) has become widely adopted over the last 15 years and over 1000 peer-reviewed publications are available describing its use. Despite this, there remains uncertainty regarding several aspects of usage. In order to respond to this gap a global expert panel was convened to develop evidence-based recommendations describing the use of NPWT. In this communication the results of the study of evidence in chronic wounds including pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers (DFU), venous leg ulcers (VLU), and ischaemic lower limb wounds are reported. Methods: Evidence-based recommendations were obtained by a systematic review of the literature, grading of evidence, drafting of the recommendations by a global expert panel followed by a formal consultative consensus development program in which 422 independent healthcare professionals were able to agree or disagree with the recommendations. The criteria for agreement were set at 80% agreement. Evidence and recommendations were graded according to the SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network) classification system. Results: The primary treatment goal of NPWT in most chronic wounds is to achieve wound closure (either by secondary intention or preparing the wound for surgical closure). Secondary goals commonly include: to reduce wound dimensions, and to improve the quality of the wound bed. Thirteen evidence based recommendations were developed in total to address these treatment goals; 4 for pressure ulcers, 4 for DFU, 3 for ischaemic lower limb wounds and 2 for VLU. Conclusion: The present evidence base is strongest for the use of NPWT in non-ischaemic DFU and weakest in VLU. The development of evidence-based recommendations for NPWT with direct validation from a large group of practicing clinicians offers a broader basis for consensus than work by an expert panel alone. (c) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd on behalf of Tissue Viability Society.

KW - Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)

KW - Consensus

KW - Recommendations

KW - Systematic review

KW - Chronic wounds

KW - Pressure ulcers

KW - Diabetic foot

KW - ulcers

KW - Ischaemic ulcers

U2 - 10.1016/j.jtv.2011.07.002

DO - 10.1016/j.jtv.2011.07.002

M3 - Review article

C2 - 22119531

VL - 20

SP - S1-S18

JO - Journal of Tissue Viability

JF - Journal of Tissue Viability

SN - 1876-4746

ER -