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Wound Care Report September 4, 2019

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%


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