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Acute Wound

Debridement: How Deep Is Too Deep?

February 11, 2022
Debridement is the process of removing nonviable tissue and foreign objects (such as glass or shrapnel) from a wound bed to help the wound heal. Decaying tissue can trap bacteria and lead to a harmful...

Exploring Etiologies: Significance of Wound Etiology to Wound Classification and Wound Management

February 9, 2022
Fellow wound care specialists may agree that interdisciplinary clinical teams often seek their expertise when a patient presents with a “chronic-appearing wound with an unknown or indeterminate etiolo...

Uncommon Wounds: Frostbite and Winter Woes

March 3, 2023
By Lauren Lazarevski, RN, BSN, CWOCN Up here in Western New York, we are still “digging out” – literally and metaphorically - from the historic blizzards and freezing temperatures that have hit our...

Wound Infection Management: Important Terms to Know

February 27, 2018
Acute wound: Alteration in skin integrity such as a simple laceration or a surgical wound that moves normally through the healing process and heals in a predictable timeframe without complication....
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