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African Perspectives on Diabetes Self-Management

Video Author: Kevin Woo
Published on: 03.01.2019

Dr. Kevin Woo interviews Fisseha Zewdu, a diabetes nurse, about the challenges of caring for patients with diabetes in Ethiopia. They discuss specific barriers to care, including the accessibility of medicines, patient education, and the widespread use of traditional healers.

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In this videocast, Dr Mark Melin interviews Dr Amit Gefen regarding his groundbreaking research evaluating the fluid absorbency/retention and durability of primary and secondary dressings using a robotic wound system. Dr Gefen’s open access article, “Fluid Handling Dynamics and Durability of Silver-containing Gelling Fiber Dressings Tested in a Robotic Wound System” appears in the June 2022 issue of Advances in Skin & Wound Care.

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In this videocast, Elizabeth Faust, MSN, CRNP, CSWS, CWOCN-AP, MAPWCA interviews Virginia Capasso, PhD, CNP, ACNS-BC, CWS, FACCWS, FAAN about her April 2022 Advances in Skin & Wound Care article, “Pressure Injury Development, Mitigation, and Outcomes of Patients Proned for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.” In determining the trends and risk factors for pressure injury development in adult critical care patients who are proned for acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to COVID-19, this study found that taping the endotracheal tube, limiting the maximum duration of prone positioning to less than 32 hours, and frequent repositioning while supine may reduce PI risk.
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In this videocast, Nancy Collins, PhD, RDN, LD, NWCC, FAND interviews Nancy Munoz, DCN, MHA, RDN, LD, FAND about her March 2022 Advances in Skin & Wound Care article, “Malnutrition and Pressure Injury Risk in Vulnerable Populations: Application of the 2019 International Clinical Practice Guideline.” They discuss the implications of malnutrition in four populations at increased risk of pressure injury development—neonates, older adults, adults with obesity, and ICU patients—and describe best practices for increasing patients’ nutritional intake, including the use of nutritional supplements.
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In this episode of the joint American Professional Wound Care Association and Advances in Skin & Wound Care videocast, Dr. Jeffrey A. Niezgoda, MD, FACHM, MAPWCA, CHWS, President of the American Professional Wound Care Association interviews his son, Jonathon Niezgoda, MA, CHS, about what it was like to write their forthcoming article, “Advances in Hemostatic Wound Dressings: Clinical Implications and Insight,” including his experience as a novice writer and his advice for others who may be looking to publish.
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In this videocast, Christopher Barrett interviews Betty Fout of Abt Associates about her January 2021 Advances in Skin & Wound Care article Comparing Traditional and Disposable Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy Use by Medicare Home Health Patients. They discuss differences in cost, payment strategies, and use of traditional versus disposable negative-pressure wound therapy in home health patients.
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In this videocast, Nancy Collins interviews Barbara Delmore and Andy Chu of NYU Langone Health about their December 2021 Advances in Skin & Wound Care article Arginine: What You Need to Know for Pressure Injury Healing. Together they discuss how nutrition (and arginine specifically) are a critical piece of the wound healing puzzle, how arginine fits into the latest clinical guidelines, and building relationships across the continuum of care with protocols for optimal wound healing.
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Dr. Mario Ponticello of the American Professional Wound Care Association interviews Dr. Kwadwo Mponponsuo, author of the Advances in Skin & Wound Care November 2021 continuing education article A Comprehensive Review of the Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Management of Diabetic Foot Infections. This wide-ranging and convivial discussion provides insight into the authors’ process and touches on critical issues such as multidisciplinary care, managing risk factors, continuity of care, and patient education.
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In this video, Dr. R. Gary Sibbald provides an overview of the use of infrared thermometry and its use in clinical care, including a demonstration of the tool’s use in a patient. This technology can be used in the context of diabetic foot ulcers, infection, and more. For more information, see the December 2021 Practice Points article, Nontouch Infrared Skin Thermometry: An Underutilized Tool.
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Liz Faust interviews Lizanne Dalgleish, PhD, RN, about her forthcoming article, Skin Failure: A Scoping Review. Together, they chat about skin failure and its ties to healthcare economics and reimbursement; the sheer variety of definitions for the term; and the need for an interdisciplinary, global understanding of the concept including discriminatory biological markers for objective functioning versus failure of the skin.


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In this interview, Frank Aviles of the American Professional Wound Care Association talks to Matthew Wynn about his upcoming article, The Benefits and Harms of Cleansing for Acute Traumatic Wounds: A Narrative Review, from the September 2021 issue of Advances in Skin & Wound Care. Together, they discuss the evidence regarding wound cleansing and infection, as well as a range of issues including product selection, techniques, antibiotic stewardship, and the vital importance of considering the mechanism of injury.
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Creator: Advances in Skin & Wound Care
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In this interview, Cheryl Carver of the APWCA interviews Dr. Jeffrey Levine about his new article, Wound Care Consultation in Postacute/Long-term Care: Characteristics and Practice Implications. They discuss the study’s unique findings; how COVID-19 has altered the wound care landscape, perhaps forever; and the realities and requirements of care across the continuum, including budgeting, documentation, and interprofessional communication.
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Dr. Amy Hester, Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of HD Nursing, LLC, speaks with Dr. Kevin Woo about her work in injury and fall prediction and prevention. The topics include preventing pressure injuries using the Braden-Hester Pressure Injury Prevention Program, and the Braden Scale acquisition and licensing process. For more information or to obtain a license to use the Braden Scale, visit www.bradenscale.com or www.hdnursing.com.
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Creator: Advances in Skin & Wound Care
Duration: 17:31
As part of the American Professional Wound Care Association’s celebrations for their 20th anniversary, Tarun Kunwar, Associate Digital Editor for Advances in Skin & Wound Care, sits down with some of the Association’s leadership to discuss the milestone and the various efforts the organization is making on behalf of wound care.
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Creator: Dieter Mayer, MD, FEBVS, FAPWCA
Duration: 19:17
© 2021 WoundPedia When it comes to assessing lower extremity vascular supply and the healing ability of wounds, audible handheld doppler is a reliable and inexpensive method to exclude peripheral arterial disease. In this presentation, Dr. Dieter Mayer explains what you need to know about this method, including several waveform samples from real patients to enhance knowledge translation to practice.
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This video provides a summary of the advantages and limitations of telemedicine in wound care, including perspectives on outpatient and inpatient use.
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Creator: Kevin Y. Woo, PhD, RNs, ACNP, GNC(C), FAPWCA
Duration: 2:29
At the WCN conference in Brazil, Dr. Woo had the opportunity to interview Carol Viviana Gonzalez, a PhD student who won first prize at the Congress for her research project on preventing radiodermatitis in patients with breast cancer.
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Creator: Kevin Y. Woo, PhD, RNs, ACNP, GNC(C), FAPWCA
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In this video, Dr. Woo describes the who, what, where, when, and why of peer review – including his own experiences with the process.
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Creator: Kevin Woo
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Dr. Kevin Woo interviews Fisseha Zewdu, a diabetes nurse, about the challenges of caring for patients with diabetes in Ethiopia. They discuss specific barriers to care, including the accessibility of medicines, patient education, and the widespread use of traditional healers.
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Creator: Kevin Woo
Duration: 2:11
Dr. Kevin Woo interviews Dr. Rosemary Hill about her award-winning poster studying the periwound and infection from the Symposium for Advanced Wound Care Fall conference in November 2018.
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In this videocast, Dr Mark Melin interviews Dr Amit Gefen regarding his groundbreaking research evaluating the fluid absorbency/retention and durability of primary and secondary dressings using a robotic wound system. Dr Gefen’s open access article, “Fluid Handling Dynamics and Durability of Silver-containing Gelling Fiber Dressings Tested in a Robotic Wound System” appears in the June 2022 issue of Advances in Skin & Wound Care.

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In this videocast, Elizabeth Faust, MSN, CRNP, CSWS, CWOCN-AP, MAPWCA interviews Virginia Capasso, PhD, CNP, ACNS-BC, CWS, FACCWS, FAAN about her April 2022 Advances in Skin & Wound Care article, “Pressure Injury Development, Mitigation, and Outcomes of Patients Proned for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.” In determining the trends and risk factors for pressure injury development in adult critical care patients who are proned for acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to COVID-19, this study found that taping the endotracheal tube, limiting the maximum duration of prone positioning to less than 32 hours, and frequent repositioning while supine may reduce PI risk.
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Duration: 9:27
In this episode of the joint American Professional Wound Care Association and Advances in Skin & Wound Care videocast, Dr. Jeffrey A. Niezgoda, MD, FACHM, MAPWCA, CHWS, President of the American Professional Wound Care Association interviews his son, Jonathon Niezgoda, MA, CHS, about what it was like to write their forthcoming article, “Advances in Hemostatic Wound Dressings: Clinical Implications and Insight,” including his experience as a novice writer and his advice for others who may be looking to publish.
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Creator: Advances in Skin & Wound Care
Duration: 13:22
In this videocast, Nancy Collins interviews Barbara Delmore and Andy Chu of NYU Langone Health about their December 2021 Advances in Skin & Wound Care article Arginine: What You Need to Know for Pressure Injury Healing. Together they discuss how nutrition (and arginine specifically) are a critical piece of the wound healing puzzle, how arginine fits into the latest clinical guidelines, and building relationships across the continuum of care with protocols for optimal wound healing.
Play Video |
Creator: Advances in Skin & Wound Care
Duration: 09:30
In this video, Dr. R. Gary Sibbald provides an overview of the use of infrared thermometry and its use in clinical care, including a demonstration of the tool’s use in a patient. This technology can be used in the context of diabetic foot ulcers, infection, and more. For more information, see the December 2021 Practice Points article, Nontouch Infrared Skin Thermometry: An Underutilized Tool.
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Creator: Advances in Skin & Wound Care
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In this interview, Frank Aviles of the American Professional Wound Care Association talks to Matthew Wynn about his upcoming article, The Benefits and Harms of Cleansing for Acute Traumatic Wounds: A Narrative Review, from the September 2021 issue of Advances in Skin & Wound Care. Together, they discuss the evidence regarding wound cleansing and infection, as well as a range of issues including product selection, techniques, antibiotic stewardship, and the vital importance of considering the mechanism of injury.
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Creator: Advances in Skin & Wound Care
Duration: 5:27
Dr. Amy Hester, Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of HD Nursing, LLC, speaks with Dr. Kevin Woo about her work in injury and fall prediction and prevention. The topics include preventing pressure injuries using the Braden-Hester Pressure Injury Prevention Program, and the Braden Scale acquisition and licensing process. For more information or to obtain a license to use the Braden Scale, visit www.bradenscale.com or www.hdnursing.com.
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Creator: Dieter Mayer, MD, FEBVS, FAPWCA
Duration: 19:17
© 2021 WoundPedia When it comes to assessing lower extremity vascular supply and the healing ability of wounds, audible handheld doppler is a reliable and inexpensive method to exclude peripheral arterial disease. In this presentation, Dr. Dieter Mayer explains what you need to know about this method, including several waveform samples from real patients to enhance knowledge translation to practice.
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Creator: Kevin Y. Woo, PhD, RNs, ACNP, GNC(C), FAPWCA
Duration: 1:19
In this video, Dr. Woo describes the who, what, where, when, and why of peer review – including his own experiences with the process.
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Creator: Kevin Woo
Duration: 2:11
Dr. Kevin Woo interviews Dr. Rosemary Hill about her award-winning poster studying the periwound and infection from the Symposium for Advanced Wound Care Fall conference in November 2018.
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Creator: Kevin Woo/Hollister Canada
Duration: 08:32
Bacterial burden and biofilm are key factors contributing to persistent inflammation, tissue destruction, delayed wound healing, and other serious complications. Initial evaluation of wound infection begins with a clinical assessment of signs and symptoms to avoid indiscriminate wound cultures and inappropriate use of antibiotics. There is little consensus about criteria required to differentiate superficial/local infection from deep infection. Based on review of the literature, this video explains the use of a proposed wound infection checklist. The checklist incorporated two clusters of signs and symptoms associated with superficial/local infection versus deep infection.
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Creator: Kevin Y. Woo, PhD, RN, ACNP, GNC(C), FAPWCA
Duration: 1:33
During the 2016 World Union of Wound Healing Societies Congress in Florence, Italy, Dr. Kevin Woo introduces Gulnaz Tariq, RN, RM, BN, IIWCC, president-elect for the 2020 Congress in Abu Dhabi. She will be the first nurse to serve as president of the global event.
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Creator: R. Gary Sibbald, BSc, MD, MEd, FRCPC(Med Derm), MACP, FAAD, MAPWCA
Duration: 3:14
This video briefly illustrates an example of a patient with Charcot Foot.
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Creator: R. Gary Sibbald, BSc, MD, MEd, FRCPC(Med Derm), MACP, FAAD, MAPWCA
Duration: 4:12
This video briefly illustrates an example of a patient with Charcot Foot.
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Creator: R. Gary Sibbald, BSc, MD, MEd, FRCPC(Med Derm), MACP, FAAD, MAPWCA
Duration: 3:12
This video briefly illustrates an example of how chronic wounds may also cause the patient to experience itching.
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