In this article, originally published by STAT News, learn the new ways that doctors are trying to bandage burns: strips of sterilized tilapia.
Learn how to care for a wound at home that has been stapled, sutured, taped, glued or simply left open to heal, and watch out for these signs of infection.
By Amy Wallace for UPI.com TORONTO, Dec. 14 (UPI) — People with diabetes may have a new tool...
Before beginning treatment of a pressure injury, check this guide to avoid a common error of confusing it with incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD).
Incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD) is an inflammation of the skin that can be painful for patients and can lead to the development of pressure ulcers
New technology from NASA’s Technology Transfer Program brings forth a type of polymeric bandage that may assist wounds on human flesh to heal faster.
Watch this recorded webinar presented by Shield HealthCare and the Wound Care Education Institute. Learn about better options beyond wet-to-dry dressing.
Join Shield HealthCare and the Wound Care Education Institute on 9/27/16 for a free webinar: Goodbye Wet-to-Dry Wound Care: The Good, the Bad, the Options.
This pocket-sized wound management guide includes the updated NPUAP guidelines and is over 45 pages long helpful charts and full color photos.
In this hour-long recording webinar, you can learn about pressure injury treatment interventions including repositioning,offloading and more.