2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472012000300024
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Abstract: Further research is suggested, so that the effectiveness and feasibility of VAC therapy in our reality can be assessed.

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“…The systematic review begins from an appropriate definition of the guiding question, known as the problem. At this moment, aspects directly related to the objective should be considered as participants, interventions should be evaluated, and outcomes measured (13) . For this to occur, PICO is used which refers to four important components for the formulation of a research question, where P = participant, I = intervention, C = control and O = outcome.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The systematic review begins from an appropriate definition of the guiding question, known as the problem. At this moment, aspects directly related to the objective should be considered as participants, interventions should be evaluated, and outcomes measured (13) . For this to occur, PICO is used which refers to four important components for the formulation of a research question, where P = participant, I = intervention, C = control and O = outcome.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Systematic reviews 8,9 and a randomized study 10 show the effectiveness of negative pressure dressings in a range of situations, in terms both of the proportion of wounds healed and the speed with which they close, and they are particularly effective for diabetic feet, [11][12][13] skin grafts 14 and infections after surgery. 15,16 However, there is still a lack of good quality randomized studies free from conflicts of interest that would allow the method to be evaluated more thoroughly. 17 Complications that have been described in relation to vacuum dressings are uncommon and the majority are related to local pain, hypertrophy of granulation tissue, and damage to adjacent blood vessels.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In order to formulate the question, it is recommended to define at least the P and the I parameters [11][12]. Thus, the following question was elaborated: what evidence is available about interventions developed by the nurses to prevent foot ulcers in people with DM?…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%