stalled wound progress

Getting wet wounds on track – Gaining control over exudate and edema

High amounts of exudate can lead to increased bioburden, wound edge maceration, and stalled wound progress. Join us for a 1-hour course on gaining control over these complications by understanding the contributing co-morbidities and distinguishing between different absorbent dressings. Understand why excessive exudate is preventing your success, discover solutions that will increase your healing times, …

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Can’t Heal? Put your Hi Beams On! Assess, Prep and Treat

Join us for a brand-new Webinar presented by Nancy Morgan as she reviews the key steps in getting a wound prepared to heal. Nancy will introduce the mnemonic called the BEAMS, which takes you thru what you should look for, how to prep the wound bed, and review the various treatment options.

Getting Wet Wounds on Track – Gaining Control Over Exudate and Edema

High amounts of exudate can lead to increased bioburden, wound edge maceration, and stalled wound progress. Join us for a 1-hour course on gaining control over these complications by understanding the contributing co-morbidities and distinguishing between different absorbent dressings. Understand why excessive exudate is preventing your success, discover solutions that will increase your healing times, …

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