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For further reading, see “Keys To Effective Wound Dressing Selection” in the August 2011 issue of Podiatry Today, “Key Insights On Treating Chronic Venous Ulcers” in the September 2008 issue or “Managing Venous Ulcers In The Lower Extremity” in the May 2004 issue.