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Choosing a wound dressing can be a difficult task, a task that is often debatable, confusing, and complicated.
When managing chronic wounds, health care professionals often turn to debridement to manage the necrotic tissue that impedes wound healing.
Chronic wounds are a significant and rising problem for clinicians. In this presentation, participants will learn the difference between an acute and chronic wound and review the DIME model.
In this presentation, participants will learn about the many factors involved in the risk for infection, as well as key challenges associated with accurate diagnosis and treatment of an infected wo
Moisture-associated skin damage (MASD) occurs when the skin comes into contact with an excessive amount moisture and has a damaging effect on the integrity of the skin.
Cheryl Carver, LPN, WCC, CWCA, FACCWS, DAPWCA, CLTC, provides guidance on the documentation of tissues types, and helps differentiate between the terms scab and eschar.
Presented by Dr. Diane Krasner, this webinar will present seven strategies for pressure injury prevention that you should consider for your facility/practice.
A strong knowledge of moisture-associated skin damage (MASD) will help clinicians in the assessment, prevention and treatment of the various types of moisture related skin injuries.
Be ready to learn about the types of tissue that may impede wound healing, methods of debridement, levels of microorganisms found in a wound bed, the definition of biofilm, and other important fact