The Angiosome Concept Applied to “Inside-Out” Pressure Injury Protection Status

In this video, Caroline Fife, M.D. previews her upcoming WoundCon Fall 2021 presentation, proposing the angiosome concept as a mechanism for “inside-out” pressure injury development. You can register for WoundCon Fall 2021 at WoundCon Fall 2021 will be held virtually on November 12, 2021 from 8:00AM EST to 6:45PM EST and will be available on-demand until November 26, 2021. Dr. Fife's session will be held at 2:30PM EST on November 12. Learn More

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