Collections

Created:   3/5/2014
Contains:  4 items
A collection of articles to discuss deep tissue injury from clinical, epidemiological, and bioengineering perspectives

Creator:   woo
Created:   12/9/2012
Contains:  3 items
Diabetic foot ulcers are common. This collection highlights new evidence on the management of diabetic foot ulcers

Created:   2/14/2011
Contains:  3 items
A collection of succinct and precise summary of assessment and treatment of venous leg ulcers.

Creator:   editor
Created:   7/22/2010
Contains:  4 items
Wound infection is a common problem. This collection will address the following clinical questions: What is wound infection? Why do we need to treat wound infection? How to diagnose wound infection? When to treat wound infection? What can be used to treat wound infection?

Creator:   Woo
Created:   2/17/2015
Contains:  3 items
This is a collection of articles on the essentials of palliative care.

Created:   3/12/2013
Contains:  3 items
Although often ignored, periwound skin damage can increase pain and slow down wound healing. There are a number of ways to maintain healthy skin.

Created:   8/8/2011
Contains:  3 items
Why are heel ulcers so common? How to treat heel ulcers?

Creator:   Editor
Created:   6/30/2010
Contains:  3 items
The new MDS for pressure ulcer documentation is based on new framework that is consistant with National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel recommendations. These changes can be confusing. This collection of articles will provide an overview of the new regulations for accurate and complete documentation of wounds.

Created:   3/31/2016
Contains:  3 items
What is skin failure?

Created:   11/15/2010
Contains:  3 items
Burn related wounds are complex depending on the types of burn related injury, severity, location, and the extent. After reading this articles, you will have a better understanding of the intricacies involved in the pathophysiology of burn wounds. A holistic care approach is important to address the mutiple dimensions of care needs. Topical dressing, education, rehabilitation and psychosocial interventions should be carefully customized to meet the needs of the burn patient.

Creator:   editor
Created:   9/7/2010
Contains:  3 items
Pain is common but devastating to people living with chronic wounds. This collection of articles provides a comprehensive description of approach to wound pain.