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Caring for a Person With Problems of the Lower Leg: A Nurses Guide Toward Best Practice

February 22, 2022
It is important for nurses to strive toward excellence. Our patients deserve the best we are able to give, and sometimes we need to look critically at how we care and how we might improve outcomes. In...

Demystifying Collagen Dressings: A Closer Look into A WoundCon Spring Session

February 24, 2023
Catherine T. Milne, MSN, APRN, CWOCN-AP, will present “Dressed for Success: Cases in Collagen” at WoundCon Spring on Friday, March 10, 2023. WoundSource had the chance to speak with her to learn more ...

How Geographic Differences Can Impact Wound Care

September 15, 2013
By Karen Zulkowski DNS, RN, CWS In my last blog, I talked about cultural beliefs affecting care. But there are geographic differences in North America that do also; for example, temperature. Temper...

Hypergranulation Tissue: What It Is and How to Treat

May 5, 2023
Laura Swoboda, DNP, APNP, FNP-C, FNP-BC, CWOCN-AP, WOCNF The small bright red cobblestone texture of healthy granulation tissue is just that: a granule of new collagen and the new growth of capilla...

Product Technology Overview: Vashe® Wound Solution by SteadMed Medical, LLC

April 2, 2015
By Keval Parikh and James McGuire DPM, PT, CPed, FAPWHc An important aspect of the field of wound care is the proper preparation of the wound bed. Key points in wound bed preparation include minimi...

The Rap on Wrapping: 10 Tips for Effectively Bandaging a Wound

October 12, 2017
By Margaret Heale RN, MSc, CWOCN Wrapping wounds is an art, and hence, it comes easily to some and more difficult to others. This post won't make you a wound dressing artist, but it does provide so...
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