Special publications

MEP produces a range of special publications. These include international consenus documents, position documents and practical managament guides, resource files, supplements and books. Publications are endorsed by relevant national and international organisations or key opinion leaders and are supported by an educational grant from a sole sponsor. Many are available in multiple languages (including English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese) to maximise dissemination throughout the world.

International consensus documents


Compression in venous leg ulcers: a consensus document

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Diagnostics and wounds: a consensus document

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Wound infection in clinical practice: an international consensus

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Vacuum assisted closure: recommendations for use. A consensus document

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Minimising pain at wound dressing-related procedures: a consensus document

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Wound exudate and the role of dressings: a consensus document

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Template for management: developing a lymphoedema service

 

Position papers and practical management guides


Hard-to-heal wounds: a holistic approach

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Topical negative wound pressure in wound management

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Management of wound infection

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Identifying criteria for wound infection

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Wound bed preparation in practice

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Understanding Compression Therapy

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Pain at Wound Dressing Changes

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Best Practice for the Management of Lymphoedema: an international perspective

 


Compression hosiery in lymphoedema

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Lymphoedema bandaging in practice

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Resource files


Vacuum Assisted Closure™ Therapy: Science & Practice


Essential Wound Management for Day-to-Day Practice

Supplements and books


Type 2 Diabetes: Current and future therapies


Diabetes, obesity & cardiovascular disease


Diabetes & renal disease


Diabetes and cardiovascular disease


Management of Diabetic Vascular Disease


Type 2 Diabetes. a Clear Vision


Insulin Made Easy


Current Cardiac Update


Cardiovascular Themes Challenges and Opportunities