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New Research in Wound Care: Fighting Infection with Electrical Fields

New research out of Indiana University says electical fields to be useful for fighting infection. This technology can be used for wound care and beyond.

Sarah Herrera
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Alton Memorial Hospital Wound Care Center Honored for Excellence

AMH physicians, leaders & clinicians gathered recently to celebrate the Center of Excellence Award, given to the AMH Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center.

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
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Recorded Webinar – Diabetic Ulcers: Identification and Treatment

DIf you would like to receive your CE Contact Hour for watching this webinar, first head over...

Danny Nguyen
Success in Wound Healing

Video: Nutrition for Success in Wound Healing Recorded Webinar

If you would like to receive your CE Contact Hour for watching this webinar, first head over to...

Danny Nguyen
Better Bandages

Electrifying Wound Care: Better Bandages to Destroy Bacteria

By Laura Arenschield, The Ohio State University featured on Medical XPress Bandages infused with...

Aimee Sharp

Diabetic Ulcers: Causes and Management

Ulcers are a common complication affecting people living with diabetes. Learn what causes diabetic ulcers and how to manage them.

Sarah Herrera
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St. Luke Health Services Wound Care Team Adds To Certifications and Clinical Expertise

St. Luke Health Services Wound Care Team Adds To Certifications and Clinical Expertise –...

Aimee Sharp
Treatment Modalities

Wound Care Part 4: Treatment Modalities (w/ CE credit)

When it comes to chronic wound management, there are many modalities available ranging from simple dressings to specialized equipment.

Sarah Herrera
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Wound Care Part 3: Types of Wounds (w/ CE credit)

There are two types of wounds- acute and chronic. Acute wounds heal uneventfully in time, whereas chronic wounds fail to heal in time despite intervention.

Stephanie Struyck Elgin
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Wound Care Part 2: Assessment and Documentation (w/ CE credit)

Assessing a wound is more than just observing the lesion. In this free course, you will learn about the importance of performing a medical and psychosocial history, learn how to perform a complete physical exam and wound evaluation, and assess and monitor wound complications.

Stephanie Struyck Elgin
Focus on Prevention: Healthy Eating, Active Living over 65 Webinar June 24
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