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Nutritional screening for wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy

One of the keys to a successful patient outcome is assessing nutritional status. If the patient is malnourished, there is insufficient nutritional substrate from which to build new tissue to heal a wound. One out of three patients treated...

source: By Tiffany Hamm and Jeff Mize
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Diabetes patients who suffer from painful, chronic wounds are seeing incredible results, and quickly, from a new wound healing therapy offered by University Hospitals. Diabetic Marvin Brown was plagued by his painful foot ulcers for eight months. But after only two therapy...

source: WOIO

Tissue viability services have faced considerable challenges during the coronavirus pandemic. This article explores how services have adapted and the lessons learnt for the future.

source: Nursing Times

Each year nearly 700,000 Americans are diagnosed with heart disease, which causes about 1 in 4 U.S. deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Related complications, like vascular insufficiency or peripheral artery...

source: The Lawton Constitution

This patient presents with color changes to their toes after extended cold exposure. What is the most...


In this edition of Wound Care Window ... Clinical Experience: EdemaWear — Novel Technology Developed by an APWCA Member

source: WCW via YouTube

Join or renew your membership today at apwca.org to take advantage of all the member benefits, including: Use of Professional Member Credentials — FAPWCA, DAPWCA, MAPWCA Complimentary monthly subscription to Advances in Skin and Wound Care peer reviewed journal ...

source: APWCA


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