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  • 09/11/2019 4:49 PM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Risk factors for the recurrence of diabetic foot ulcers among diabetic patients: A meta-analysis
    • Hyperbaric safety drills: Are you prepared?
    • Why reducing pressure injuries in LTC is a necessity
    • When an allergic reaction to a topical antibiotic complicates post-op healing after a TAR
    • Novel approach leads to potential sepsis prevention in burn patients
    • 9 ways to improve your patient communications
    • Hydrocellular foam versus hydrocolloid plate in the prevention of pressure injuries
    • Employee retention in healthcare: 4 keys to keep your best and brightest
    • Examining prevalence and risk factors of incontinence-associated dermatitis using the international pressure ulcer prevalence survey
  • 09/05/2019 11:59 AM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Embrace mobile technology to meet challenges of a growing older population
    • FDA recommends healthcare facilities and manufacturers begin transitioning to duodenoscopes with disposable components to reduce risk of patient infection
    • Changes in skin perfusion pressure after hyperbaric oxygen therapy following revascularization in patients with critical limb ischemia: A preliminary study
    • Drug shortages raise critical safety concerns
    • Factors associated with lower-extremity amputation in patients with diabetic foot ulcers in a Chinese tertiary care hospital
    • Reducing costly clinical variation
    • A viable lyopreserved amniotic membrane modulates diabetic wound microenvironment and accelerates wound closure
    • The best ways to refocus your online healthcare content
    • A prospective, multicenter, single-arm clinical trial for treatment of complex diabetic foot ulcers with deep exposure using acellular dermal matrix
    • How UCSF reduced physician burnout by 45%


  • 08/21/2019 2:57 PM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • New coding changes coming for pressure ulcers and pressure-related tissue damage
    • AHA outlines diagnosis, treatment options for underrecognized critical limb ischemia
    • Why do transmetatarsal amputations have a high rate of failure?
    • NAU team invents patented technology that speeds wound healing, prevents infection
    • Why you should stop trying to get better at multitasking
    • New research finds novel method for accurately predicting diabetic foot complications in amputees
    • Interested in being published? We can help!
    • 5 ways to attract millennial patients to your healthcare organization
    • Smart sensors detect wound healing through tissue changes

    August 21, 2019 | Archives

  • 08/14/2019 3:47 PM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Understanding the impact of microvascular disease on amputation risk
    • AMA, providers applaud proposed changes to E/M codes, payment
    • Health information technology and wound care
    • 5 easy ways to protect your patients from superbugs
    • Profile and antibiotic susceptibility of bacterial pathogens associated with diabetic foot ulcers from a rural area
    • Unilateral remote temperature monitoring to predict future ulceration for the diabetic foot in remission
    • As telehealth use grows, so does interest in locum tenens opportunities
    • Living tissue graft aids wound healing


  • 08/13/2019 10:55 AM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy: The 30-day requirement for diabetic foot ulcers
    • Pertinent principles in healing heel ulcers
    • Wound vs. ulcer: Selecting the correct diagnosis code
    • How telemedicine is influencing wound care
    • Point-counterpoint: Is hydrosurgery more efficacious than ultrasonic debridement in the diabetic foot?
    • Is this just a simple venous ulcer, or something more complex?
    • Soft wearable health monitor uses stretchable electronics
    • Podcast: The state of medical education and physicians' relationships to nurses
    • Doctor Alexa Will See You Now: Is Amazon Primed to Come to Your Rescue?
    • The dire consequences of mistaking depression for burnout

    August 7, 2019 | Archives

  • 07/31/2019 9:24 AM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Do antibiotic-impregnated calcium sulfate beads improve the healing of neuropathic foot ulcers with osteomyelitis undergoing surgical debridement?
    • Nutritional screening for wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy
    • Use of thermal imaging to identify deep-tissue pressure injury on admission reduces clinical and financial burdens of hospital-acquired pressure injuries
    • The uphill path to value-based wound care with nutritional assessment
    • Diagnosis and management of cutaneous tinea infections
    • Survey: Physicians struggle with their own self-care
    • A dressing that pulls wounds shut
    • Current concepts in diagnosing and treating hyperhidrosis
    • Autologous micro-fragmented adipose tissue for the treatment of diabetic foot minor amputations: A randomized controlled single-center clinical trial
  • 07/26/2019 11:21 AM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Alliance of Wound Care Stakeholders Update
    • Finding balance again in medicine
    • How electrical stimulation promotes wound healing
    • Tensile strength of surgical skin adhesives: A novel wound closure test
    • Chronic pain: We are adding to our patients' suffering
    • MSU biofilm researchers help doctors understand, treat chronic wounds
    • Transplants using patients' own skin may be safe, effective treatment for RDEB, trial suggests
    • This spray-on nanofiber 'skin' may revolutionize burn and wound care
    • Study: Too many EHR-generated messages contributing to physician burnout
    • Use of thermal imaging to identify deep-tissue pressure injury on admission reduces clinical and financial burdens of hospital-acquired pressure injuries
  • 07/18/2019 8:22 AM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Video: Debriding a Pressure Ulcer with Special Guest Sharon Baranoski

    • Diabetic foot ulcers and nutrition: Making the connection

    • Cannabis-based medicine: A breakthrough for healing intractable chronic wounds

    • Comparison of efficacy, complications between negative pressure wound therapy and conventional mechanical fixation in skin grafts: A retrospective analysis

    • Can an autologous homologous skin construct have an impact for diabetic foot ulcers?

    • Implementation best practices: Making interoperability work

    • Measuring plantar tissue stress in people with diabetic peripheral neuropathy: A critical concept in diabetic foot management

    • Trump administration makes another healthcare price transparency push with executive order

    • Profile, antibiotic susceptibility of bacterial pathogens associated with diabetic foot ulcers from a rural area

    July 18, 2019 | Archives

  • 07/12/2019 11:04 AM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • The role of wound care clinicians in combating lethal infections

    • Treating professional burnout when you're the doctor

    • Take 5 minutes and pause when providing care becomes overwhelming

    • The uphill path to value-based wound care with nutritional assessment

    • Managing wounds with exposed bone and tendon with an esterified hyaluronic acid matrix (eHAM): A literature review and personal experience

    • These legislation changes may affect how you practice medicine

    • A two-layer skin construct consisting of a collagen hydrogel reinforced by a fibrin-coated polylactide nanofibrous membrane

    July 11, 2019 | Archives

  • 07/05/2019 2:41 PM | Anonymous

    APWCA’s Weekly Wound Care Report which has the latest developments in wound care news publication featuring the following articles:

    • Diabetic foot ulcer outcomes improve with better access, more comprehensive care
    • Skin perfusion pressure and wound closure time in lower extremity wounds
    • Researchers push for revision of IDSA diabetic foot infection classification
    • Healthcare providers on the brink
    • Surgical diabetic foot debridement: Improving training and practice utilizing the traffic light principle
    • Could patient 'selfies' improve clinical care?
    • Profile and antibiotic susceptibility of bacterial pathogens associated with diabetic foot ulcers from a rural area
    • Evaluation of orthotic insoles for people with diabetes who are at-risk of first ulceration
    • Frequently asked questions about support surfaces

    July 3, 2019 | Archives

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