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Trump administration makes another healthcare price transparency push with executive order

The Trump administration thorn may be officially piercing the side of hospital administrators. As a result of a recent executive order by President Donald Trump, they will be required to make information concerning their...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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Chronic wounds disproportionately affect older adults, severely impairing their health and quality of life. Aging diminishes our capacity for healing, and conditions such as diabetes, vascular disease, cancer and surgical procedures...

source: Forbes

Excessive stress on plantar tissue over time is one of the leading causes of diabetic foot ulcers among people with diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Plantar tissue stress is a concept that attempts to...

source: Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology

Diabetic foot ulcerations are one of the most common complications associated with diabetes with an annual incidence of 6.3% worldwide. Diabetic patients have a 19 to 34% likelihood of having lower extremity ulcers in their...

source: Podiatry Today

Look through the Wound Care Window as former APWCA Board Member, Sharon Baranoski, RN, MAPWCA provides insight to Pressure Ulcers.

source: WebCME via YouTube

Nutrition often is not the first thing clinicians think about when treating patients with a diabetic foot ulcer, but it is a critical component of the wound healing process. Nutrition is connected to every facet of healing, including immune function, glycemic control, weight...

source: Today's Wound Clinic

This cross-sectional study assesses the profile and antibiotic susceptibility of aerobic bacterial pathogens associated with diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs).

source: WOUNDS


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