Evaluating the wound assessment , Biology

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The ist part of the assessment (1-7) that evaluates the chart i have done but it needs to be looked at to see if content okay & grammar ect. & then finished with an introduction & conclusion (only has to be a few words to make it a 500wds which it almost is) If you need to cut back in word length with the other 2 to allow this that's okay. I will also send you the wound care & holistic charts via scanning & attachment. PLEASE LOOK AT DOC. TITLED DOCUMENTATION IN WOUND CARE for further details & the draft done for this one. Also gives further direction for 1-8 & 1-9.

 

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